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2 INDEX Sl. No Subject matter Preface of The D. M & The SDMs of Gomati District. Introduce and Multi Hazard Disaster Management plan Disaster Management Plan 067 Diagram of DDMP Disaster Negative and positive Aspects Hazards in Gomati District, predisaster,during disaster, post disaster. Type of Disaster Impact of Natural Disaster, Consequences of Flood, Effect of cyclone,landslide, earthquake, typhoon,tornado,hailstorm, Heat wave attack. Fire Accident HRVC District Disaster Management Authority,Gomati District,Tripura District Disaster Management Committiee Udaipur SubDivision Committee, Amarpur & Committee Gomati District at a glance Rainfall of 05 District Emergency Opertion Centre(DEOC) District Level Core team District Level Quick Response Team Quick Response team under SubDivision NGO Coordination committee Prominent NGO of Udaipur SubDivision. Killa Block Committee, Kakraban Block Committee & Quick Response team Amarpur SubDivision Preliminary Block Profile SubDivision at a Glance List of equipments with TSR 5th Bn, SDM Amarpur, SDM, SDM Udaipur List of equipments available with PWD rd Circle,Udaipur List of equipments available with agencies(private) Amarpur, & Udaipur Division wise quick response team of PWD for restoration of roads,bridges etc. S. P Gomati for Emergency support functions(esf) Forest Department and status of forest area. Implrtant Contact No of Line departmentand alternate officers Description of vulnerable areas of the District (Amarpur & Udaipur Response mechanisms setting up control room District Education office and nodal officer,nss/ncc Shekter house and & Financial arrangement for relief Medical and first aid team Contact details of major Hospital/Health Deptt. Under Gomati District. Roll of ARD department in Disaster management Page No Lost of helipad A common situation of flood Map showing Dumbur Lake under Sub Division 0 Resource available with Fire service Resource available with TSECL and men power Backup of power in case of failure of main Power Supply Map of Gomati District SubDivisional Map Amarpur, Udaipur

3 Preface Tripura is vulnerable to natural Disaster like earth quake, cyclone and flood. It is located in seismic zone V. 00 percent area of Tripura as well as 00% of Gomati District is in sesmic zonev. In the year 897 earth quake was occurred in Tripura in 8.7 Richter scale. Then the royal palace of Tripura was demolished many lives and property also loss. Another big earth quake was occurred in Tripura in the year 950. Flood also affected in Tripura in the year 98, 99, 99, 00, 00 as well as in Gomati District. Recently, cyclone and thunderstorm have played havoc leading to loss of life and properties in Tripura as well as in Gomati District. Three persons died of thunderstorm in the month of May and June, 0 under Gomati District. Necessary steps have been taken to supply financial assistance to the families of the victims. A standard planning for managing Disaster is necessary to ensure minimum loss of life and property. Hence, Gomati District has prepared a plan on the basis of the Guideline of the Revenue Department to prepare effective Disaster Management Plan. It is hope that apart from District Administration, Rural and Urban local bodies, 6th schedule area bodies as well as all the line departments will go through the plan and take necessary steps towards Disaster Mitigation Preparedness and Disaster Response, Reconstruction,Recovery and Rehabilitation. ( Raval H.Kumar, IAS) District Magistrate & Collector Gomati District, Udaipur.

4 Preface Amarpur is a remotest SubDivision in the state of Tripura. It possesses a good Account of Historical essence of Manikya Regime of Tripura. During the Manikya dynasty, the Rangamati area of Amarpur was the capital of Tripura. Geographically, the SubDivision is mostly hilly covered by green forest and a one of the most important river of Tripura, the Gumati flows through it. The river Gumati originates from the range connecting the Longthorai and Atharamura at its source (Two) tributaries, namely Kalyasingh and Malyasingh meet. Thereafter, it takes the name of Raimacharra till it meets the Sharmacharra. Later it assumes the name Gumati. Chabimura is the Historical place. The Gumati is the largest river of Tripura and also derived in Amarpur SubDivision. In Chabimura, a State Level Mela is used to organize every year and thousands of the people gather during the Mela for Enjoyment and Devotion to Gods. Amarpur SubDivision is bounded by Teliamura, Udaipur, Shantirbazar,, Gandachara. The total population of Amarpur SubDivision (reorganised) has become,,77 as per survey report of 0 Census. Reang, Jamtia, Chakma and Tripuri community dominate the SubDivision. There are some prominent Tourist Spots namely (i) Chabbi Mura, (ii) Chandi Matabari and also (Two) nos. Dighi namely (i) Amar Sagar and (ii) Fatik Sagar and Old Rajbari. Every year, in the month of April to May, there is a traditional Mela organized near Chandibari ground which is commonly known as Baishakhi Mela where both the Tribal and Nontribal communities gather and enjoy with enthusiasm. SubDivisional Magistrate Amarpur, Gomati Distric

5 PREFACE A new SubDivision is born on 9th January 0 that is partly curved out of Amarpur as well as of Sabroom SubDivision, later it came to be known as SubDivision. The SubDivision is barely 6 KM. away from Udaipur, the district headquarter of Gomati, Geographically area is nicely situated on a quiet hilly area that is greeted by the vastness of green forest and scenic beauty of its surrounding land, valley & riverbank of Gomati. By itself the SubDivision is simply well crafted which has been signifying the uniqueness and =unity of people with its distinctive sprit of multi culturalism in which people from different walk of life has been living together equitably in peace and harmony for decades. It has a population of with and area covering up to.57 sq. KM. moreover the literacy rate is quite commendable with 57.% comparing to other SubDivision in the state. Interestingly, Dumboor or Dongoor is one of the Tripura,s largest and widely known and highly esteemed lake located in a culturally rich and naturally pristine environment under the newly created karbook subdivision bordering kalajhari (jari Kosom) hill range that has become another notable assets of karbook. And since immemorial days the local people called the lake as paradise land of Tripura. Now it has become an icon of the stateattracting tourist from all over the world. The origination of this chirming water body flows from two confluence rivers of Raima & Saima (Sorma). In Mythology, Raima & Saima are two sisters who were the daughter of a village priest. The people of Tripura considered it the place of legends and heroes as well from outside of the state comes and fathered for taking a holy bath for their salvation during the month of January in Pouse Sankranti Festival. SubDivisional Magistrate SubDivision. 5

6 Preface Tripura is a tiny hilly state of the NorthEastern part of India, which falls under the SEISMIC ZONE V which denotes that it is highly vulnerable from the points of Occurrences Earthquake in a severe magnitude. Besides Earthquake, the State including Udaipur SubDivision is vulnerable towards natural and manmade calamities like Floods, Cyclone, and Fire Accidents. Disaster is a very common phenomenon to the human society. It has been experienced by them since time immemorial. Though its form may be varied, it has been a challenge for society across castes, creeds, communities and countries. The latest development which has been discovered in the World Disaster Reports recently is that the disasters have increased in frequency and intensity. Disaster management (or emergency management) is the creation of plans through which communities reduce vulnerability to hazards and cope with disasters. Disaster management does not avert or eliminate the threats; instead, it focuses on creating plans to decrease the effect of disasters. So, the Disaster management plan is an integral part from the point of view of the Disaster Mitigation Mission. In view of the potential hazards associated with the Udaipur Subdivision, the SubDivisional Administration has prepared a Disaster Management Plan to deal with different hazards in an organized multidisciplinary approach involving all line departments and many agencies. I would like to thank all the stakeholders for their initiative, cooperation and efforts to prepare the plan. This Disaster Management Plan will be updated at every 6 months accordingly. [S. Bandopadhyay] SubDivisional Magistrate, Udaipur, Gomati District. 6

7 INTRODUCTION With the 7rd and 7th amendment to the constitution of India in 005 the Disaster Management Act was enacted under the concurrence list of the constitution of India. This act comprises 79 sections and chapters.this act provides for the prerequisite institutional mechanism for monitoring and implementation of plans. It ensures measures by various wings of the Government for the prevention and mitigation of disasters. With the enactment of Disaster management Act 005, National policy on Disaster Management was framed in 005. All State Governments have been directed to implement the National policy on Disaster Management to safeguard the safety of people, property and ensure developmental planning giving importance to the pre disaster preparedness. Preparedness rather than post crisis management, coordinated participatory approach, technology upgradation and deployment, information as a tool for disaster management, recognition of linkages between disasters and development, connecting specific programmes for management of natural disasters, forecasting and warning using latest technology, are some of the important features of disaster management. Natural disasters are flood, cyclone, landslide, hailstorm, earthquake and Tsunami.In Tripura it is observed from the records of last 50 years, mostly widespread flood affected the people of Tripura in different years. In the years 98, 99, 9, 00, 00, the people of Tripura experienced the divastating flood. In some years, cyclone hailstorm, landslide, and earthquake also, damaged lives and property. Recently cyclone and thunderstorm are playing a disastrous role for the loss of life and property in Tripura. Three persons died of thunderstorm in the months of may and June 0 under Gomati District. Necessary steps have been taken to provide financial help to the families of the victims. Flood is the most common and widespread natural calamity in Tripura. Literally Tripura stands for Twi which means water and Para which implies land. Tripura thus stands for land with water. Average rainfall is over 50cms annually in Tripura. This state is one of the highly flood prone States in our country. The perennial rainfall is concentrated in few months as shown in the graph and more than thousand hectares of land is prone to flood and causing damage to houses, industries, public utilities, agricultural crops, cattle& animals and property resulting in huge economic losses, apart from loss of lives. Though it is not possible to control the flood totally, by adopting suitable structural and nonstructural measures the flood damages can be minimized. Average annual rainfall in the district is about 090 mm. Rain is brought by the South West Monsoon, which normally comes in the month of May with maximum intensity of rainfall during JuneJuly. Gomati is the major river in Gomati District. This river originates from hill ranges of this state and flows down to Bangladesh after traversing through narrow valleys. In addition to that there are numerous Cherras which pour water into the river. The River is flashy and meandering in nature. 70% of the catchments lies in hills and as such bed slopes are very steep and the velocity of flood discharges is also high. Traditional Jhum cultivation, extensive deforestation aggravates the flood intensity/ damages. Unusual erosion of banks also creates tremendous problems to protect the district and subdivisional towns, villages and other permanent structures and borderlands on the riverbanks. As the river flows through narrow valleys, there is also little scope to construct embankments on both the banks leaving away adequate waterway. There is also little scope for taking up flood control reservoir project due to constraints in shifting & rehabilitation of people mostly tribal. Gomati District along with the other part of the state of Tripura faced severe Flood in the year 98, 99 and 00. 7

8 MULTI HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 067 WHY IS IT The purpose of preparing District Disaster Management Action Plan (DDMAP) is a) To ascertain the status of existing resources and facilities available with the various agencies involved in the management of disaster in the District. b) Assess their adequacies and short falls if any in providing a multi disaster response. c) Suggest institutional strengthening, technology support, up gradation of information system and data management for improving the quality of administrative responses to disaster at the district level and finally, d) To evolve DDMAP as an effective managerial tool. MAIN OBJECTIVE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT a. Promoting a culture of prevention, preparedness and resilience at all levels through knowledge, innovation and education. b. Encouraging mitigation measures based on technology, tradition wisdom and environmental sustainability. c. Mainstreaming disaster management into the developmental planning precess. d. Establishing institutional and technolegal frameworks to create and enabling regulatory environment and a compliance regime. e. Ensuring efficient mechanism for identification, assessment and monitoring of disaster risks. f. Ensuring efficient response and relief g. Undertaking reconstruction as an opportunity to build disaster resilient structure. h. Promoting a productive and pro active partnership with the media for disaster management. i. Ensuring co ordination among various departments and relief agencies related to disaster. j) Capacity building to reduce risks. k) Wide spread awarness campaign with training. 8

9 DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN A formal planning for managing disaster is therefore necessary to ensure minimum lose of life and property. This can be achieved only through planned management of disaster :In the absence of a defined plan, response to a disaster would be arbitrary leading to over emphasis of some actions or other actions, which would be critical. Moreover, due to absence of a defined response structure and allocations of responsibilities, there would be mismanagement of resources and overlap of actions among various agencies, which may exacerbate the situation there by compounding the disaster effect. District Disaster Management Plan is useful at predisaster stage, when warnings could be issued, for example, that flood is imminent. The plan again serves as guide to officials at the critical time and precious time is saved which might otherwise be lost in consultations with senior officers and getting formal approval from authorities. As it is neither economical nor practicable to protect every item and the entire population against calamitous situations, response plans are formulated for relief, rehabilitation and restoration by separate agencies. District Disaster Management plan is an operational module for the district administration, how to mitigate the different types of disaster effectively with the locally available resources and personnel and to provide the distressed people with immediate relief. It also ensures a checklist for all the stakeholders for an action oriented response structure and to study their preparedness level. 9

10 Diagram of the DDMP (DISTRICT DISASTER MANGEMENT PLAN) DEVELOPMENTAL PLANNING PROCESS DISTRCT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN PRE DISASTER PHASE PREVENTION MITIGATION PREPAREDNESS POST DISASTE R PHASE DISASTER RESPONSE RELIEF 0 RECOVERY

11 Disasters: Negative and Positive Aspects Aspects D I S A S T E R Negative Aspects Positive Aspects Damage Interruption Severe Antagonistic Scourge Traumatic Emergency Risk Development Innovation Sharing Awareness Selfsufficiency Transformation Education Resilience Goals of Disaster Management Plan Minimize losses to lives and infrastructure. Reduce the risks associated with disasters through timely measures, shortterm and longterm policies. Provide required assistance to communities during and after the disasters. Ensure rapid and sustained recovery and rehabilitation after the occurrence of disasters. What is Hazard Hazard is a natural event. It is the occurrence, at a given site, of a physical phenomenon capable of causing loss. HAZARD VULNERABLITY IN INDIA India is traditionally vulnerable to natural hazards as its geo climatic and social conditions are distinct in many ways. Flood, droughts, cyclones, Earthquake, Landslides, Avalanches and Tsunamis has been a recurrent phenomenon effecting around 85% of its geographical area. 60% of Landmass prone to Earth quake. 0 million hectors ( 8%) of landmass prone to floods km. Long coast line with two cyclone seasons. Hilly regions vulnerable to avalanches, landslide, hailstorm,cloud bursts. Drought low and medium rainfall region which constitute 68% of the total area vulnerable to drought. Different types of man made hazards. One million houses get damaged annually, in addition to human, economic, social and other losses.

12 HAZARDS IN GOMATI DISTRICT Natural hazards ( geo climatic ) in different SubDivisions under Gomati District, are occurred in different seasons in every year. It is observed that mainly flood, cyclone, hailstorm, affect most of the parts of Udaipur, Amarpur and partially Korbook area. List of different areas to be affected by natural hazards like flood, drought,hailstorm, cyclone ; ) Udaipur : Kushamara, Palatana, Lolunga, Mirza, Tulamura, Khilpara, Baishnabichar, Rajdharnagar, Fulkumari no, Hadra, Shalgarah, Kishorganj, Rajnagar, Pitra, Laxmipati, Photamati, Chandrapur, Murapara, Amtali. ) Amarpur : Bampur ( Samatal para), Birganj, KamariaKhola, Mailak, Rangamati, Kamlai, Sangong, Baishyamanipara, Dhanlekha, Nagrai, Natunbazar, ) :Tirthamukh, silachari. Assesment of crop to be damaged due to natural calamity ( flood ) i) Udaipur paddy/vegetable/ Jute= 50 ha. ii) Amarpur Paddy/ Vegetable/ Jute = 8 ha. As per information of disaster management authority of India, North Eastern states are Earth quake prone. In Tripura like other districts, Gomati District is also under the red zone of earthquake. Predisaster a) Preparation of plan and preparatory steps. ( Necessary initiave is taken to arrange for District level, SubDivision level and Block level yearly plan for Disaster Management.Various line Departments i.e. P.W.D, A.R.D.D,, Education, Fire service, Forest, S.P ( police ), T.S.R, have submitted plan ( DM for the year 067 ) b) Identification of catchments area and familiarity roads, alternative roads and bridges. c) Preparation of plan for shifting people d) Training on disaster control ( District Administration has taken steps to organise awarness campign with effective mock drill throughout the district every month for the year 067 e) Selection of shelter house (Which have already been done by the Shelter management team) f) District level / Sub Division level / Block level Control rooms are operational ( steps have also been taken to open control room in other District level offices for maintaining co ordination ) g) Sending of current situation report to the Revenue Department through web side.( Steps have been taken to collect current situation report from all sub divisions under Gomati District. ) h) Maintaining linkage with the members of PRI bodies.. i) Collection of relief materials.( Relief materials are stored in sub division level). j) Organizing awareness and wide publicity among the people about disaster management Safety and Security to life and property. k) Arrangement of drinking water etc. ( Steps taken to engage Public Health Department to arrange for fresh drinking water.)

13 During Disaster a) All members to report to the control room. b) Maintaining linkage/coordination with the SubDivisional Disaster management team. c) Starting of rescue operation in time and to arrange shelter for the victims. d) Arrangement of food for the victims. e) Arrangement of medical treatment, if necessary. f) Arrangement for rapid and sustained recovery and rehabitation of victims g) Arrangement for required assistance to communities Post Disaster a) Quick Damage Assessment b) Need Assessment c) Repair of Houses d) Reconstruction e) Economic Rehabilitation f) Social Rehabilitation g) Compensation (Including Insurance) h) Conservation of Produce from Damaged Crops i) Immediate Rehabilitation Measures j) Strengthening of Response Aspects (Rescue, treatment, education, shelter, food, communication, clearance and access, water and power supplies, temporary subsistence supplies, health and sanitation, public information, security, construction requirements, public morale, etc.) k) Strengthening of Counter Disaster Resources (Policy directions, police, agriculture, ambulance, broadcasting, civil aviation, education, electricity, water supplies, environment, fire services, finance, fisheries, forestry, irrigation, labour, lands and survey, meteorology, public works, social welfare, transport) l) Strengthening of Warning Systems m) Public Awareness n) Planning for the next year removing the draw backs if any, found in current plan. o) District Administration shall take all steps to organize mock drill District level / SubDivisional level and Block level with the help of Master trainers as well as resource persons to train students, common people, N.G.O s,govt. officials on Disaster management.

14 Type of Disasters Natural Disasters Man Made Disasters Earthquake Flood/Heavy Rain Cyclone/Hailstorms Drought Heat Wave Landslides Forest Fire Pest Infection Lightening Road Accident Rasta Roka Communal Violence Hartals Riots Pollution Chemical Railway Accidents As indicated as Sl No.,The State is to authenticate the priority disasters of the state to take up NERDRR and accordingly the prioritization of the disaster as considered by the state Government are (i)earthquake (ii) Cyclone(iii)Lightening /thunder(iv)road Accident (v)flood (vi)land slides (vii)fire (VIII)Soil Erosion (ix)drought. And Govrnment of Tripura has identified Sri Sarat Kumar Das,SPO(Mob96690, sarat sara. as focal person to interact with NESAC, NERDRR team.

15 IMPACT OF NATURAL DISASTER Consequences of Floods Floods mean heavy and unmanageable inundation caused by heavy rainfall or manmade factors like poor drainage, breach in embankments and sediment deposition. Consequences are: Evacuation of people and livestock from inundated sites; Destruction of life and infrastructure; Damage to agricultural land for cultivation; Food shortages as the water can destroy food stocks, farms, gardens etc.; Spread of waterborne diseases, as the water stagnates for a long time; and Wetness and seepage in houses. Effect of cyclone Cyclone is a huge revolving storm caused by winds blowing around a central area of low atmospheric pressure. Its major consequences include: Storm surge and wind damage; Inland flooding; People become shelterless; Damage to crops; and Food shortage. Depression 50 km/hr wind speed. Deep Depression 5 6 km/hr wind speed. Cyclonic Storm 668 km/hr wind speed. Severe Cyclonic Storm 897 km/hr wind speed. Severe Cyclonic Storm/Hurricane 7+ km/hr wind speed. Consequences of Landslide A landslide is a geological phenomenon, which includes a wide range of ground movement, such as rock falls, deep failure of slopes and shallow debris flows.when landslide occurs, the effect on people s lives can be severe. The impact on people s livelihoods or the ecosystem may be minimal, if it occurs in remote areas. However the effects can be devastating when they occur in populated places. Landslide may cause destruction to buildings, crops, farms, water systems, roads and other infrastructure. Impact of Earthquake An earthquake is a sudden violent motion of the earth, caused by natural processes wresting the earth s crust. Its aftermath includes: Damage to buildings; Collapse of poorly designed or built structures; 5

16 Loss of lives; Injuries to people and livestock; and Shortcircuit and onset of fires. LEARNING FROM MEGA MOCK DRILL HELD ON A group of volunteers must be kept trained at SubDivision level, Block level and G.P level to maintain a team of st responder to be active at any moment to start immediate search and rescue operation to protect life and property...a set of necessary equipments should be kept ready at Block level also. Nowadays only SubDivision level officers are maintaining equipment store and sesting monthly practically concreat cutter must be provided at least 0 Nos. For every SubDivision as wells as quality chainsaw in 0 Nos.. SDRF fprce sjpi;d be fpr,ed o,,edoate;y and every SubDivision should be provided at leat 60 Nos trained SDRF forces to face any Disaster.. Separate shelter houses should constructed and in this regard, at least (two) Nos. shelter houses should be built at a capacity of 500 people with all facilities necessary, in each SubDivision. Schools should be avoided for shelter housing so far as possible. 5. At all gas bases industrial sites, a group of 50 Nos Gas leakage trained NDRF / SDRF should be kept ready. 6. Fond for Capacity building should be provided at least lac for each SubDivision and 0 lakh for each District with provision for hiring of one vehicle for the whole year to maintain preparedness and training. 7. Separate DDO ship should be given at the District level 8. PWD and RD (Executive Engineer) should ber provide some necessary equipments for better operation of equipments. 9. Steps should be taken at all levels for training.female volunteers who may be helpful of women during any disaster. Typhoon: Where the wind speed exceed 00 km per hour. Tornado: Means thunder storm. Tornados are local storms of short duration formed of winds rotating at very high speed. These storms are visible as a revolving whirlpool with a tail coming down to earth. As the storm moves along the ground this outer ring of rotating winds becomes dark with dust and debris. The average speed of Tornado is about 50 kms per hour and maximum 00 kms per hour. It causes largescale damage and casualties leaving practically nothing in its path. Gale wind and Whirlwind are like tornado by nature, but very small in impact and kind. 6

17 Hailstorm: Although hailstorms rarely involve physical injury, their economic impact can be severe. The damage appears to be a function of the intensity and duration of storms and the size of the hailstones, which these produce. The damage itself is often produced not only by the impact of falling hailstones, but also by the high winds and torrential rains that is part of the hailstorm. Heat Wave Attack: A period of unusually hot and often humid summer that lasts for several days is commonly referred to as a heat wave. The temperatures that, constitutes a heat wave vary among regions with different normal summer conditions. When the maximum temperature at a station remains 5 C or more for two days or more, the condition is described as a heat wave. It affects the Human and Cattle population and lead to Sunstroke and casualties. Throughout the world for the last two decades gradual climate change is observed. As a result of climate change temperature on earth is increasing and drought. short rainfall,untimely rainfall are found common to most of the countries of the world. Large scale plantation in every country of the world is a must to face the climate change. Heat wave is experienced in India due to climate change. In Tripura, large scale aforestation is necessary to save our everyday life from heat wave. 7

18 Fire Accident (natural fire / forest fire and man made ): Fire accident happen due to several causes like: Housing Pattern, Lose circuit of electricity, Chemical reaction, Road Accident, Thunder, Lightening etc. In Orissa due to peculiar housing patterns maximum fire accident cases takes place. These houses have build generally mudbuilt walls with thatched roofs made out timber, bamboo and straw. They spring up in clusters. In summer fire accident occurs in some forests caused by forest fire ( natural as well as men made ). The disaster history of Gomati District clearly shows that the district is mostly affected by Cyclone(Kal Baishakhi), Flood, Drought and this district falls in the most vulnerable zone of earthquake DISASTER PHASE CYCLE DISASTER PHASE CYCLE: PreDisaster Risk Reduction Phase Disaste r Impact Preparedness Mitigation Relief Reconstruction Rehabilitation 8 Post Disaster Recovery Stage

19 HRVC Amarpur SubDivision comprising with 00 Nos. habitation out of which nearly 00 habitations are situated in hilly area and out of this 00 habitation nearly Nos. habitation are unconnected on the other hand some major roads of Amarpur SubDivision are go through hilly areas and in rainy season sometimes land slide are also took place. Besides this some are a habitation namely Bampur (Samatal Para), Birganj, Kamairakhala, Mailak, Rangamati, Kamlai, Sangong, Baishamani Para, Dhanlekha, Nagrai and Nutanbazar which affected by natural hazards like flood, drought, hailstorm, cyclone and earthquake. For the above reason during and after any disaster it will take some time to reach the rescues team or quick response team, there. Risk: So many electric post and transformer are situated in highly dense area namely Taidu, Ompi, Amarpur Nutanbazar etc. Vulnerable: The factors and element s which affected this enclosed people topography and infrastructure et UDAIPUR SubDivision HAZARD, RISK, VULNERABILITY CAPACITY. The HRVC Analysis is an amalgamation of the following four factors:. Hazard Potential danger or a threat (human induced, natural hazard). It effects location and demography. Hazards are potential threats which are on threshold status. Example: Bird Flu, SAARS.. Risk: The factors which are more prone to accelerate the disaster are known as the risk factors. Example: Unsecured Electric Transformer in mid of a populous demography.. Vulnerable The factors and elements which affected by hazards. These include People, Topography, and Infrastructure etc. The Hazards when multiplied by risk results into vulnerability. They are further classified in following four categories: a) Economic. b) Social. c) Environmental. d) Physical.. Capacity: The capability is the reduction of Hazards and risks as well as the potential to handle the disasters. The capability is inversely proportional to vulnerability. Page 9

20 The HRVC analysis for Udaipur SubDivision is given below: Hazard Earth quake, Storm, Flood, Landslide, Fire, Road Accident, Heat Wave. Risk Due to the existence of some hills in the subdivision landslide may takes place, lower lands of the subdivision is vulnerable to be flooded, present deplorable condition of National Highway possibilities of massive road accident is burning. Vulnerable The landlocked condition of different parts of the subdivision stands on the way of Capacity Availability of trained volunteers and equipments, proper mitigation plan, will power and active administration. District Disaster Management Authority, Gomati District, Tripura SL. No Phone No. Name Designation Address Office Residence/ M 575/ District Chariperso Office of the 08Magistrate & n D.M & 0 96 Collector Collector,(G) 8/ Zilla CoO/O the DTZP 08Sabhadhipati Chairperso 86 n 86/ ADM & Chief O/O the D.M 08Collector Executive & Collector(G) Officer 565 Superintenden O/O the S.P 08t of Police (G) 580 O/O the C.M of 08Chief Medical (G) Officer(Dr.N.Ja matia) Executive Engineer, PWD (R&B), Udaipur Div. Divisioinal Fire Service Officer (Sri Ganesh Debbarma) O/O the EE, PWD (R&B), Gomati District. O/O the Fire Service,Udaipur

21 DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: SL No Name District Magistrate & Collector. Sabhadhipati, DTZP Addl. District Magistrate & Collector. Superintendent of Police. Project Director, DRDA. Dy. Director, Agriculture. Chief Medical Officer, South. Superintending Engineer, PWD R&B). Superintending Engineer R.D, CircleII,Udaipur,Gomati District. Addl. General Manager, TSECL. Dy. Director, Fishery. Superintending Engineer, PWD (WR). Superintending Engineer, PWD (DWS). Designation. Chairman CoChairman Convener Dy. Director, ARDD Sub Divisional Magistrate, Udaipur Sub Divisional Magistrate, Amarpur SubDivisional Magistrate, Address O/o the DM & Collector, South. O/o the DTZP, South. O/o the DM & Collector, South. O/o the SP, South. O/o the PD, DRDA, South. O/O the Dy. Director, Agriculture, Udaipur. O/O the CMO, South. O/O the SE, PWD(R&B), South. O/O the Superintending Engineer,RD Circle II O/O the AGM, TSECL, South. O/O the Dy. Dir. Fishery, Udaipur. O/O the SE, PWD (WR), South. O/O the SE, PWD (DWS), South. O/O the Dy. Director, ARDD, Udaipur. O/o the Sub Divisional Magistrate, Udaipur O/o the Sub Divisional Magistrate, Amarpur O/O the SubDivisional Magistrate, Phone number. Office Residence

22 Udaipur Sub Division Disaster Management committee: (067). Incident Control Officer (Nodal officer, SubDivisional Disaster management Committee) :SUBDIVISIONAL LEVEL DISASTER MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE. Sri Madha Saha, Ho le MLA. The Chairman, Matabari Panchayet Samity 7. The Chairman, Tepania Panchayet Samity 0. The Asstt. Director, ICA, Udaipur. The SDO (PWD, SubDivn. & 6. The Supdt. Of Agri. Matabari 9. The SDO, DWS, SubDivn. &, KBN. The Supdt. Of Horticulture, Udaipur. 5. The BDO, Killa 8. The BDO, Tepania.. The Asstt. Director, Agri, Killa. Sl No Sri Pra ajit Si gha Roy, Ho le MLA 5. The Chairman, Kakraban Panchayet Samity 8. The SDM, Udaipur. The Chairperson Udaipur Municipal Council 6. The Chairman Killa BAC. The SDO, Water Resource, SubDivin.. The SDO (PWD), Kakraban 7. The SDO, Water Resource, SubDivn. II 0. The Asstt. Director, Agri, Kakraban. The Sr. Dy. Manager, TSECL, Udaipur. 5. The SDO (PWD), Killa 8. The Dy. Director, Education, Udaipur. The Supdt. Of Fisheries, Udaipur. The DHO, Udaipur.. The CMO, Gomati District, Udaipur 6. The BDO, Kakraban. 9. The SDPO, Udaipur. The Divisional Fire Officer, Udaipur 7. The BDO, Matabari 0. The Asstt. Director, ARDD, Udaipur.. The Dy. Director Education, Gomati District 9. The DFO, Udaipur SubDivisional Disaster Management Committee: Amarpur (067). Name & Designation The SubDivisional Magistrate, Amarpur Chairperson, Panchayet Samity, Amarpur R.D Block Vice Chairmen Panchayet Samiti Amarpur R.D.Block Chairman, BAC Amarpur R.D Block Chairperson, BAC Ompi R.D Block Chairperson, Amarpur Nagar Panchayet Block Development Officer, Amarpur R. D Block Block Development Officer, Ompi R. D Block Executive Officer Amarpur Nagar Panchayet Dy. Collector & Magistrate, Amarpur Revenue Circle. Dy. Collector & Magistrate, Ompinagar Revenue Circle. SubDivisional Medical Officer, Amarpur. SubDivisional Police Officer, Amarpur,96997 SubDivisional Police Officer, Ompi, Executive Engineer (PWD), Amarpur Division SDO (Electrical), Amarpur.Sr Managar(elect) Dy. General Manager (TSECL), Gumati Division SDO(PWD), Amarpur Div. No.I, Convener/ Phone No. Convener dodododododododododododododododo

23 SDO(PWD), Ompi Nagar SDO(DWS), Amarpur Superintendent of Agriculture, Amarpur Superintendent of Fisheries, Amarpur SDO (I & FM) Amarpur A.P.O(ICAT) Amarpur, Inspector of School (NonADC), Amarpur Smt. Suchitra Das, HM Amarpur Girls H S School. Sri Parimal Debnath, Amarpur. Sri Bhanu Paul, Bampur Sri Samir Dhar Roy, Rangamati Sri Gopal Chandra Dey, Amarpur dodododododododododododo SubDivision Level Disaster Management Committee: 067 Sl. No. Designation of the Officials SubDivisional Magistrate, Chairman Contact No (O) 9658(M) SDPO, SDWO, karbook DC & M, / Silachari Revenue Circle 5 Dy. Collector, karbook 6 SZDO, karbook SubDivisional Police Officer, Block Development Officer, Block Development Officer, Silachari SDO, PWD, SDO, DWS, Dy. General Manager, TSECL. Jatanbari Sr. Manager, TSECL. Medical officer, I/C,, CHC Medical officer, I/C, Silachari, PHC Medical officer, I/C, Tirthamukh PHC Medical officer, I/C, Chellagang C.D.P.O. 9 OfficerinCharge, Fire Station Jatanbari

24 0 OfficerinCharge, Silachari P/S OfficerInCharge, P/S OfficerInCharge, Nutanbazar P/S. Asstt. Commandant TSR. Astt. Commandant B.S.F. Bagaban Tilla 5 Astt. Dir. A.R.D.D. Amarpur 6 Astt. Headmaster, P. H/S. School Inspector, of School (TTAADC), Inspector of School., karbook 9 Supdt. Of Agriculture, Amarpur Gomati District at a glance A) Location, Area and Administrative Division: Location : Longitude 9 ' & 9 59' East. (Gomati & South) Latitude 56' & ' North. (gomati &South) District Headquarter : Udaipur. Geographical Area : 6.5 Sq. km (Gomati & South) Population : 6 Male Population : 87 do X Female Population : 097 do X Sex Ratio : 960 do Rural Population : 857 do Urban Population : 65 do Number of SubDivisions : (Three) do Number of Revenue Circle : 7(Seven) Municipal Council : Number of Blocks : (one) 8(Eight) Gomati District dododo

25 do Number Nagar Panchayat : Nos. Number of GPs/ADC Villages : 57 Nos. (6+95) do Number of Revenue Villages : Nos. do Number of Tehsils : 9 Nos. do No of Parliamentary Constituency : 0(Two) do No of Assembly Constituency : 7(seven) do Literacy Rate : 85. do Male Literate : 90.9 do Female Literate : 79.6 do Population data as per provisional report of Census of India 0. B) Location of Sub Division:SL No... Name of SubDivision Location of Head Quarter Udaipur Near DM Office (G) Amarpur North Bank of Amarsagar under Amarpur SubDiv Near Punjihum H/S School Phone Number of the SDM. Office Residence. (08) 8 57 (08) (08) Distance from District H.Q. 0 Mtrs. KM 55KM C) Demographic Details:SL No... Name of Block Total No. of HH Population Adult Children 5 years Category Total Matabari RD Block (5) Killa RD Block (5) Kakraban RD SC 900 ST OBC GEN/UR RM

26 Block Amarpur RD. Block RD 5. Block Ompi RD 6. Block Silachari RD 7. 7 Block 560 Tepania RD 8 Block D) House Hold Details:SL No Name of Block Matabari Killa Kakraban Amarpur Ompi Silachari Tepania ST No. of APL HH SC OBC No. of BPL HH SC OBC GEN ST GEN Population :SL No. Name of the Block Matabari. Killa. Kakraban Amarpur Ompi Silachari SC ST OBC M F GEN M F M 67 F 676 M 697 F Amarpur NP 6 Total M 6898 F

27 8. Udaipur Municipan Total = Demographic Details Udaipur SubDivision.(056) Sl.No Name of Block Total No. of HH. Matabari RD Block/Tepania R. D. Block Killa RD Block 76. Kakraban RD Block Total Adult Population Children 5 years Category Total SC ST OBC GEN Rainfall :. Rainfall received during 05: SL. No. January 5 Month Total Rainfall (in mm) Normal Rainfall (in mm) February 5. March 5. April May June July August September October November December

28 GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION OF AVERAGE RAIN FALL UNDER GOMATI DISTRICT AVERAGE RAIN FALL UNDER GOMATI DISTRICT Datenr Jän.5 Feb.5 Mär.5 Apr.5 Mai.5 Jun.5 Jul.5 Aug.5 Sep.5 Okt.5 Nov.5 Dez.5 Rain Recording stations: (two) Nos rain recording station in Gomati District SL No Location of Rain Recording Stations. Telephone Numbers. Matabari Gakulpur S.M.F O/O the Agriculture, Gomati District (08) 8. Amarpur O/O the Supdt. Of Agriculture, Amarpur, Gomati District. (08) 65 8

29 District Emergency Operation Centre (DEOC), Gomati District. Sl. NO. List of service unit / team. District Emergency OperationCentre Law & Order(Safety). Name of the nodal officer/ incharge with contact Number D.M & Collector 96 Superintendent of police(g), 960 Nos. of QR Team As per require ment do Strength of man power 5 to 5 as per assignment do Total Nos of vehicle One for each team do. Incident Commander Addl. D.M & Collector (G) 9676 do do do. Security Operation. Incident action plan Addl Superintendent of police(g)9699 District Welfare Oficer, do do do do do do 6. Liason officer(based on plan) Sr. Deputy Magistrate do do do 7. Logistic support section. Planning officer.d.m Office do do do 8. Information / media centre Asstt Director, ICA, do do do 9. Finance Branch District Treasury officer, do do do 0. Medical post Chief Medical officer(g) do do do Fscility Unit Laxman Das, Dist.Education do do do Assignment Overall supervision & monitoring of works of all teams Over all supervision and monitoring of security related issues Responsible for smooth function of all Disaster management teams. Over all operation all security teams To prepare plan to provide required services to victim in Gomati Dist. Responsible to collectinformation from different teams deployed at incidents posts. Responsible for provide financial support including supply of Goods/ equipments for relief at incident places. Responsible for collect information from incident posts /places Responsible to prepare estimate on requirement of fund toward implementation of relief/equipments ect. Based on the submitted by planning section. Res[pmsob;e fpr cp,,imocatopm seti[ tjrepgh war;ess at DHQ as well incident posts. Responsible to provide information Remarks.

30 Officer(G) Communication unit SDPO(Communication do do do Incident Response Branch Nodal Officer,District Disaster Management(G) do do do Technical Unit S.E PWD(R&B) do do do 5 Shclter Management Unit District Forest Officer96589 S.E, RD circle, Udaipur, EE,RD Udaipur,96586 do do do 6 Relief and Rehabilitation Deputy Director,Food Dy. Director, Agriculture do do do 7 Drinking watr and sanitation facility unit S.E, DWS(G) do do do 8 Transportation Branch Dist..Transpoer.Officer and Supdt. of Fisheries do do do 9 Damage Assessment unit do do do 0 Compensation Unit Deputy Director Agriculture , Dy. Director,ADRR , S.E, WR96098 EE,PWD(R&B)Supdt. oif Fisheries O.S, D.M office90598 do do do Evacuation Unit Divisional Fire Oficer do do do 0 regarding deployment of different teams of forces at incident places. Responsible for communication setup through wereless at DHQ as well as incident posts. Responsible for deployment of volunteers (Red cross, NKY, PRIs, SDM Office, Municipal office) and QR force(ndrf, TSR, BSF etc for operation of search and rescue of victims from incident sites Responsible for maintenance of road, bridge, restoration of transportation to ensure technical support to the search & Rescue operation. Responsible to provide technical support towards construction of temporally shelter houses for victim of incident place Responsible to ensure distribution of relief material food including infants milk etc at shelter house To ensure safe drinking water and sanitation facilities for victims at shelter house. To ensure smooth transportation fo victims/ homeless people to shift them at shelter house. To ensure proper assessment on damage of govt and privateinfrastructure, assests, livestock crop etc. To ensure proper distribution of compensation among the victims/ effected people. To ensure safe evacuation of people

31 Medical / Dumpijng Unit for livestock Asstt. Director, ARDD,UDP do do do Demobilization S.E RD, 9688 do do do DISTRICT LEVEL CORE TEAM from incident places. To ensure proper treatment of livestock as well as Dumping of dead livestock To ensure proper Demobilization of resources from one place to another places based on needs. 067 WARNING TEAM ADM, Gomati District & PD DRDA, (G) Leader 557 / Warning team do. Sr. Deputy Magistrate,Gomati Superintending Engineer, WR, Udaipur 6 / do. DIO, NIC, Udaipur 5708 / do 5. Superintendent of Taxes,Udaipur 50/ do Superintending Engineer, PWD (R & B) Leader EE, PWD(R&B),Udaipur / Search and Rescue team do EE, W.R, Udaipur do Deputy Director, ARDD, Gomati District, Udaipur Sri Ganesh Naha, P.I,Purba Gakulpur Pachim para J.B Scjool. 9/ / 969` Divisional Fire Officer,Udaipur do 7 Asstt. Comdt. Sri Rajibsen Gupta, 5th Bn TSR,Duluma. Asstt comdt, Sri Tulumani Chakma, 5th Bn TSR, Duluma 76/ do Search and Rescue 5 8 First Aid dodo do

32 District Welfare Officer, Udaipur Leader 96 / First Aid Chief Medical Officer, Gomati District, Udaipur Dr. Niramohan Jamatia. District Education Officer, Udaipur Sri Lakshman Das. District Labour Officer,Udaipur/ Chief labour Officer Sri A.B Tripura. Deputy Director, Agriculture, Udaipur, Goutam Debnath. IRCS (Sri Makhanlal Acharjee) / / / 967/ 8 / do 65 / do Shelter Management Team do 5 6 dododo Shelter Management District Forest Officer, Gomati Leader 0 /96588 AGM, Tripura State Electrical Corporation,Udaipur. Superintending Engineer, RD Circle II, Udaipur Coordinator, NYK, Udaipur 0 / / / EE, RD, S. DivI,Udaipur 6 EE, DWS, Udaipur 7 Asstt Director, ICA, Udaipur 5 / / / dodo dododo Relief & Rehabilitation Superintending Engineer. DWS, Udaipur Leader 57/ Deputy Director, Food., Gomati District. GM, DIC, Udaipur 88 / / Deputy Director, Fisheries, Udaipur 5 Asstt Director, Food, Udaipur 6 Superintendent of Taxes, Udaipur 9/ 58/ Relief & Rehabilitation team dodododo 50 /9670 do

33 7 Dy. Director, Youth & Sport, Sri Chanchal Majumder 69 / 986 do 8 Deputy Director, Agriculture, Udaipur 8 / 9670 do 0 / / / Trauma Care team do / 65 do Trauma Care Leader Superintendent of Health, Dist. Gomati Hospital,Udaipur.Dr. Shibapada Chakraborty District Nodal Officer, Gomati District Scientific Officer, Red Cross Society,(Makhanlal Acharjee) do DISTRICT LEVEL QUICK RESPONSE TEAMS 067 Sl No Name of subcommittee Warning &Evacuation committee Name of the Official., Dist. Welfare Officer, (G). S.A,Matabari.. Er. Dipak Lodh,.Sr. Manager, TSECL, Banduar. Sri L. Das,OSD,DEO Post held Team leader 5. Er. Goutam Reang,SDO, PWD (R&B), Udaipur 6. Sri Sumnath Chakraborty, I.S,Udaipur 7. Sri Kiranmay Bhowmik Superintendent of Fishery 8.Sri Debasis Saha, A.O, MTB Agri. 9. Sri Sushanta Debnath,LDC, Dist. Labour Office 0.Sri Sobha Ch. Tripura,LDC, Dy.Director, Food.. Sri Kunuj Debbarma, MVI, Dist. Transport.Sri Bibash Roy,LDC,TR Division. Sri Nihar Das, H/C, Dist. Panch. Signature with Mobile No. 9659/ / / 7 8 / 9697/ / / /

34 First Aid Committee.Sri Hiralal Chakma,UDC, Transport 5. Sri Swapan Barman,UDC,EE,PWD (R&B)Office 6.Sri Gobinda Das Baishnab,LDC, Divn. Forest Office. Udaipur 7. Sri Dipankar Dey, GrD, DEO, Udaipur Uttam Kr. Paul,GrD,ARDD Office Sri Kishury Mohan Jamatia,Peon, SubRegister 0. Sri Dulal Bhowmik, GrD, Jdl. Sec. Sri Sanjit Ch. Dey, Peon, Dist. Panchayat. Dr Niru Mohan Jamatia, CMO office.dr. D.K.Paul, MS,DBCS,Udaipur.Sri Udayan Majumder M.O, T.R Division, Udaipur Dr. Amal Majumder, Dy. Director, ARDD Office(Jamjuri 6.Dr Samarendra Das, Dy. Director, ARDD Office 7. Sri Suren Debbarma, H/C cum Acctt., Dist. Panchayat 8 Sri Goutam Deb,Health Asstt.,PGP 9. Sri Tapan Ch. Dey, LDC, PGP 0..Smti Sujata Das,UDC, EE, PWD (DWS) Smti Sita Saha,UDC, EE, PWD (R&B).Sri Apurba Kumar Das, Drafsman, EE,PWD(R&B).Smti,Dipali Rani Deb,LDC, Dist. Panchayat.. Smti Mira Dey, UDC, I.S Office 5.Smti Archana Majumder,H/C, ARDD Office 6. Smti Sharmila Chakraborty Bose,LDC, Dist. Education Office 7 Smti Arati Chowdhury,H/C, DFO Smti Bishnu Rani Jamatia,H/C, DFO Smti Rama Chakraborty,UDC, DFO 9660/ Team leader member /

35 Search & Rescue Committee Smti Sujata Das,UDC, EE,DWS Office Smti Sabitri Goswami, LDC, Supdt. of Agri. Sri Ratan Ch. Shil, UDC, Dy. Director, Food.Sri Arjun Debnath,LDC,Rev Sec.Sri Arjun Nama, LDC, Supdt. of Taxes. 5Md. Rafiqul Islam, LDC, Supdt of Taxes 6.. Sri Suman Das,GrD,ARDD Office Er Narendra Dalal,EE,(PWD),Div..Er. Laxman Sarkar,EE,RD, DivI, UDP.Er. Sishir Charran, EE,WR, Udaipur.,Dy. Director,Youth & Sports, Udaipur, Sri Chancal Majumder Team leader 9697 / / 5 / / Er. Surajit Paul, A.E, RD Div 6..Er. Sristia Hari Jamatia, A.E,PWD (R&B) Killa Er. Sajal Ghosh, A.E,PWD(R&B), Kakraban 8.Er.Kanti Gopal Roy, SDO (PWD) Div 9.Sri. Pramode Ranjan Das, Chief. Labour Officer, Udaipur 0.Er. Tapan Sarkar, A.E, RD CircleII, Udaipur.Er. Tapas Baruya, J.E,DR Div / / /.Er. Amit Sarkar,J.E, DWS,Udaipur 966/ Er Swapan Das, A.E, DWS,Udaipur Sri Dipankar Dey,S.A of Agri, Matabari. 5..Sri L Ch. Das, OSD, District Education Office,Udaipur 6.Sri Debasis Saha, Agri Officer, MTB 69/ ,Dy. Director,Fishery/ Superintendent / 69/ /

36 . Shelter Management / Rehabilitation Committee. 8. Divn.Fire Officer, Udaipur 9.Sri Ganesh Naha, P.I, East Gakulpur Pachim para Jr B School 0. Sri Kinkar Das, W/A,UDC,EE, PWD (R&B) S Rajib Datta, W/A,UDC, EE, PWD(R&B) Smti Sarbani Dey,LDC,EE, PWD (R&B). Sri Tushar Kanti Debbarma, UDC,EE, PDW (R&B),Udaipur. Sri Nripendra Ch. Paul,UDC, TR Div Smti Braja Haladini Jamatia,,LDC, EE,PWD (R&B), Udaipur 6.Sri Samir Majumder,LDC, EE, PWD (R&B),Udaipur 7.Sri Goutm Debnath,LDC,,Supdt. of Agri. 8. Sri Raju Ghosh,LDC, Acctt Sec. 9.Asstt. Comdt. Sri Rajibsen Gupta, 5th Bn TSR,Duluma 9/ / Asstt comdt, Sri Tulumani Chakma, 5th Bn TSR, Duluma. Sri Badal Saha,,GrD, I.S Offic..Sri Bijoy Lal Das,Peon,EE,PWD (R&B).Smti, Narayan Ch. Debnath, GrD, Dist. Edu. Office.Smti Shikha Chakraborty, MCW, PGP 5. Sri Surendra Debbarma,H/C, Cum Acctt.,Dist. Panchayat Office 6.Md. Narul Amin, UDC, ARDD 7. Md. Rakesh Chowdhuri, LDC,DFO,UDP 8. Sri Partha Saha, LDC,Dy. Director, Food.. Divisional Forest officer,udaipur Er Shishir Charran, EE, DWS. A.E, RD CircleII.Er.Debasish Pal, SDO, Internal, PWD (Electrical) 6 Team leader / /

37 5. Relief Distribution Committee 5., Supdt. of Tax,Udaiur, Sri Samir Paul. 6.Er. Laksham Das,A.E, DR, DivI Er. Swapan Das. AE,DWS, Udaipur. 8. Er. Zakir Hossain,J.E, DWS 9.Sri Biraj Krishna Das, Scientific Officer 0. Sri R. Darlong, Dy. Director, PGP, TR Div. Sri Goutam Majumder, Employment Exch. Officer.Smti Bharati Barman(Das), O/S, DICA.Smti Bina Debbarma, H/C, ARDD,DPF,Udaipur.Sri Purnandu Bhushan Datta,DISE 5.District Education Officer,Udaipur Sri Md.. Kamal Uddin, Asstt Director, Dist. planning 7. Sri Apurba Kr. Das, Draftsman, EE,PWD(R&B) 8.Sri Ratan Chakrborty Surveyer, EE,PWD(R&B) 9.Sri. Hiralal Chakma,UDC,Dist. Transport 0. Sri Uttam Das,UDC, EE, PWD ( DWS).Sri.Jayanta Das,LDC, ARDD Office.Sri Sukanta Deb,LDC, DFO,Udaipur.Sri Upendra Debbarma,H/C, Dist.Planning.Sri Nakul Das, LDC, T.R Division / Sri Narayan Dey, MCW, TR Div. 6. Subal Chakraborty, Peon, Planning Dy. Director,Food, Udaipur (G) Dist. Team leader.superintendent of Agriculture, Matabari.Superintendent of Fishery, Udaipur.Dy. Director, ARDD, Udaipur 5., Asstt Director, Food 6.Dr. Sajal Kanti Majumder, 7 69 / / /

38 6. 7. Trauma Counseling Damage & Assessment Committee VAS,ARDD 7. Motor vehicle Inspector, Transport. 8.Sri Ajoy Chakraborty, Dy. I.S, IS Office 9 Sri Swapan Shil, Dy. I.S, I.S Office 0Sri Raju Majumder, Agri. Officer, S.A Sri Subrata Das, Agri Officer, S.A Sri Manik Das, LDC, Divisional Forest..Sri Partha Saha, LDC,Dy.Director Food..Sri Ananda Majumder,UDC, ARDD 5. Sri Suresh Das, Auditor(P),Panch. 6 Sri Benilal Mitra, Agri Inspector, Supdt.Agri 7.Sri Nikunja Ch. Debnath,UDC, Supdt. Of Agri 8 Md. Ohab Mia, GrD, I.S Office. 9.Sri Parendra Debbarma,Peon, Transport. Sri Abhijit Malakar,D.C,,D.M s Offic. Sri riya Mog Choudhury, Programme Officer,PGP. Dy.Director,ARDD,Gomati District, Samarendra Das,.. Guru Prasad Bhattacharjee, (ARCS), DRCS incharge. 5.Sri Biralal Debbarma, Accountant, PGP 6.. Sri Ranjit Das, UDC, Jdl. Sec. 7..Md Iven Mia, Peon NIC Sec. 8. Sri Pranab Kr. Sen,Peon EE, PWD (R&B) 9. Sri Sankar Datta, Peon, D.M s Office(G).Sri Pradip Sarkar,D.C, D.M Office. Sri Laxman Sarkar,E.E,RD Div.I, Udaipur.Superintendent of Agriculture,MTB, Sri Dipankar Dey Sri, A.O., A.A MTB.. DGM, TSEC, Udaipur, Banduar 5..Sri Lakshman Das, A.E, RD, Udaipur Team leader / / 7 50 / Team leader. Leading Officer 87/ / / /

39 6.Sri Tapas Barua,J.E,RD DivisionI, Udaipur 7.Sri Parimal Kr. Das, Agri.Inspector, S.A 8..Sri Harkumar Malakar,UDC CRC 9.. SriDhanaranjan Tripura,LDC, Dist. Labour office 0. Sri Nepal Das, Peon, L A Sec.. Sri Narayan Ch. Dey, MCW,TR Div Quick Response team of Disaster Management under karbook SubDivision. Sl. No Name of Staffs Sri Swapnajyoti Chakma, PA Sri Partha Debnath, UDC Sri Bipul Chakma, UDC Sri Gouranga Riang, LDC Sri Amanjoy Reang, LDC Sri narayan Chandra Sarkar, UDC Sri Shanti Debbarma, R/I, Silachari / Revenue Circle Sri Amlan Chakma, KGO Halka camp Sri Sanjti Reang, E/O (TW) Sri Jayanta Ghosh, LDC Sri Ratan Neogi, LDC Sri Sanjoy Malsom, LDC Sri Puniram Debbarma, UDC Sri Tapi Jamatia, Actt. Sri Anwesh Chakma, Tdr. Ghorakappa Sri Bikram Chakma, Tdr. Silachari Sri Kartik Reang, Tdr. Silachari Sri Tapan Debbarma, Tdr. Sri Armyjoy Reang Tdr. Jatanbari Sri Singhakumar Tripura, Tdr. Chlakaham Sri Biswajit Roy, LDC Contact No NGO Coordination committee: 067 SubDivisional Level NGO s coordination Committee. DCM, KillaNodal Officer (Chairman). Sri Ashis Das, Secretary Advisory CommitteeNetaji Subhash Samajik Sangstha, (Secretary). Sri Suman Dey, Team Leader (Boys), SubDivisional Disaster Management Volunteer Team ( Joint Secretary). Sri Nirapada Das, Executive, Udaipur Biggan O Sanskritic Mancha (Joint Secretary) 5. DC, Udaipur, (Incharge Kakraban Revenue Circle) 9

40 6. Asstt. Director, Food Addl. Nodal Officer 7. Sri Makha Lal A harjee, Ho le Chairman, IRCS, (G) Tripura District Branch, 8. Sri Ra i Dhar, Ho le Secretary, IRCS, (G) Tripura District Branch, 9. Sri Ashis Debnath, Incharge, Disaster Ma age e t, SDM s offi e, Udaipur 0. Sri Pradip Sarkar, Secretary, Netaji Subhash Samajik Sangstha. Sri Subir Ghosh, Secretary, Udaipur Biggan O Sanskritic Mancha,. Sri Manik Lal Debnath, President, NRS Social Service Organization,. Sri Ratan Kishore Shiv, Secretary, NRS Social Service Organization,. Sri Priyaranjan Majumder, Mamber, Omega Science Orgenization, 5. Sri Partha Sarathi Das, Secretary, Omega Science Organization 6. Sri Bhaskar Sengupta,, Sigma Science Social Service 7. Sri Manik Lal Bhowmik, Secretary Surabhi 8. Sri Subendu Goswami, Sigma Science Social Service 9. Sri Raju Saha, President, Surabhi 0. Dr. Tanmayanada Bramhachari, President, Dhnajyoti Joga & Natural Therapy Society,. Dr. Bishnu Dey, Vice President, Dhanajyoti Joga & Natural Therapy Society,. Sri Mantosh Shil, Social Activist, Shalgarah,. Sri Ujjal Bhowmik, Social Activist, Chandrapur,. Sri Muslem Miah, Social Activist, Maharani, 5. Sri Sanjoy Saha, Social Activist, Badarmukam, 6. Sri Sudhangshu Ghosh, Secretary, Arunyak, Bagma 7. Sri Uttam Majumder, Secretary, Adibashi Kallyan Samity, 8. Sri Sarbahari Jamatia Social Activist, Chanban, 9. Sri Titan Das, Team Coordinator SubDivisional Disaster Management Volunteer Team 0. Smt. Sonanki Dey, Team Leader (Girls), SubDivisional Disaster Management Volunteer Team List of prominent NGOs of Udaipur SubDivision: (067) Sl. No. Name & Designation Sri Manik Lal Bhowmik, Surabhi Samaj Unnayan Sanstha. Dr. Tanmayananda Brahmachari, President. Dhanjyoti Yoga & Natural Therapy Society Sri Nirapada Das, Executive, Udaipur Biggan O Sanskriti Mancha Sri Priya Ranjan Majumder, Omega Science Organization 5 Sri Manik Lal Debnath, President. Najurul Rabindra Sukanta Social Organization 6 Sri Ratan Kishore Shib, Secretary, Najurul Rabindra Sukanta Social Organization Address Vill: Sataria, P.OGakulpur, Udaipur, Gomati District. Vill+P.O:Rajarbag Udaipur, Gomati District Udaipur Super Market Vill: Brahmmabari P.O+P/S:R. K. Pur Udaipur Gomati District Vill: Maharani P.O+P/S:R. K. Pur Udaipur, Gomati District Vill: Maharani P.O+P/S:R. K. Pur Udaipur, Gomati 0 Contact No

41 7 Sri Bhaskar Sengupta, 8 Sri Suvendranath Goswami, Sigma Science & Social Center 9 Sri Sanjoy Saha, Indian Red Cross Society, South Tripura, District Branch. 0 Sri Asish Das Netaji Subhas Samajik Sanstha Sri Makha Lal A harjee, Ho le Chairman Indian Red Cross Society, Gomati, District Branch. Sri Ra i Dhar, Ho le Secretary Indian Red Cross Society, Gomati, District Branch. Sri Pradip Sarkar, Netaji Subhas Samajik Sanstha Sri Titan Das, Team Coordinator SubDivisional Disaster Management Volunteer Team. District West Bank of Jagannth Dighi Vill:Chhanban P.O+P/S:R. K. Pur Udaipur Gomati District DM & Collector Gomati District Office Complex Vill: Kailarmath P.O+P/S:R. K. Pur Udaipur, Gomati District DM & Collector Gomati District Office Complex DM & Collector Gomati District Office Complex Vill: Kailarmath P.O+P/S:R. K. Pur Udaipur, Gomati District Vill:Fulkumari No P.O+P/S:R. K. Pur Udaipur, Gomati District Killa Block Disaster Management Committee: (067) SL No. Name Designation Address Sri Amrita Sadan Jamatia BDO Dr. Sudir Debbarma Sri Sasthi Jamatia Sri Subhas Nath Sri Sunil Paul Sri Subrata Bhattacharya Twuirupabari, Killa Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa, Twirupabari Sri Kesab Majumder, Sri Bijoy Debbarma, Sri Kausik Debbarma Sri Natalal Debbarma Sri Stphen Reang Sri Deb Ch. Jamatia Sri Tapan Deb Chairman,BAC Killa BDO, Killa MO I/C SDO, PWD Killa SDO DWS, Killa CDPO,ICDA HM Twirupa H/S School Acctt JE Killa. JE Killa JE Killa PEO,Killa W/A, Store keeper P/S,in charge VC Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Killa BHQ Phone Number

42 5. Killa Police station Killa P/S. Kakraban Block (067) Kakraban R.D. Block :Sl No Name Smt Suniti Roy Sri Swadesh Ch. Majumder Sri Sadhuram Reyong Sri Subrata Majumder Sri Gouranga Ch. Saha Sri Madhusudhan Shil Sri Kesab Sen Sri Goutam Das Sri Bijoy Dasgupta Sultana Parbin Sri Haripada Sarkar Miss Chandana Orang Sri Atanu Roy, J.E. MOIC Kakraban PHC O/C KBN P/S SDO, DWS, KBN SDO, PWD, KBN Sr Manager TSECL SDO Water Resource Suptd of Agriculture Designation Chairman ViceChairman Chairman (BAC) Convener Contact No LIST OF QUICK RESPONSE TEAM FOR DIASTER MANGEMENT PLAN 0607 SL NO Name of official Staffs With Designation Sri Subrata Majumder, BDO KBN Sri Haripada Sarkar, PEO KBN Miss Chandana Orang, PEO KBN SDO, PWD, KBN SDO, DWS, KBN O/C KBN P/S Forest Officer, KBN Dr. Nibedata Das, MOIC, KBN Sr. Man., TSECL, KBN Mobile No

43 SL NO Sri Atanu Roy, JE, Kakraban R.D Block Sri Debasish Chowdhury, TA, Kakraban R.D Block Sri Monoj Debnath, TA, Kakraban R.D Block Sri Biswjit Naha, TA, Kakraban R.D Block Sri Arun Das, Mechanics, Kakraban R.D Block Sri Krishnakamal Datta, WA, Kakraban R.D Block Sri Goutam Deb, Auditor, Kakraban R.D Block Name of official Staffs (Panchayat Secretary) With Designation Sri Pannalal Sutradhar, P/S, Kakraban G/P Sri Nabin Rankhal, P/S, Kakraban G/P Sri Ratan Sarkar, P/S, Mirza G/P Sri Sishu Rn Dey, P/S, Dakshin Mirza G/P Sri Parimal Modak, P/S, Purba Mirza G/P Sri Anukal Debnath, P/S, Rani G/P Sri Harapada Debnath, P/S, Kushamara G/P Sri Rakhal Datta, P/S, Kushamara G/P Sri Monojit Acherjee, P/S, Shilghati G/P Sri Laxman Sarkar, P/S, Murapara G/P Sri Biswa Rn. Saha, P/S, Jamjuri G/P Sri Saptadip Paul, P/S, Dudhpushkarini G/P Sri Harekrishna Das, P/S, Hurijala G/P Sri Bikash Das, P/S, Dhuptali G/P Sri Nandan Kr. Debbarma, P/S, Purba Tulamura G/P Sri Ranjit Ch. Das, P/S, Purba Tulamura G/P Sri Prasanta Bhowmik, P/S, Uttar Tulamura G/P Sri Bikram Sarkar, P/S, Tulamura G/P Sri Goutam Roy, P/S, Samukcherra G/P Sri Ajit Das, P/S, Dakshin Rani G/P Mobile No

44 SL NO SL NO Name of official Staffs (GRS) With Designation Sri Pranab Karmakar, GRS, Tulamura G/P Sri Rasik Chand Murasing,GRS, Uttar Tulamura G/P Sri Satindra Debbarma, GRS, Purba Tulamura G/P Sri Uddab Das, GRS, Rani G/P Sri Benu Deb, GRS, Dakshin Rani G/P Sri Sanjit Majumder, GRS, Mirza G/P Sri Avjit Das, GRS, Dakshin Mirza G/P Sri Kanu Sarkar, GRS, Purba Palatana G/P Sri Manik Biswas, GRS, Palatana G/P Ersad Miah, GRS, Palatana G/P Sri Swadesh Sarkar, GRS, Ichachara G/P Sri Ratan Ch Das, GRS, Ichachara G/P Sri Indrajit Bardhan, GRS, Jamjuri G/P Sri Sankar Paul, GRS, Jamjuri G/P Sri Uttam Sarkar, GRS, Kushamara G/P Sri Jayanta Das, GRS, Kushamara G/P Sri Satyam Saha, GRS, Gangachara G/P Sri Kamal Kanti Ghosh, GRS, Dudhpushkarini G/P Sri Arjun Jamatia, GRS, Samukcherra G/P Sri Titan Das, GRS, Murapara G/P Sri Litan Baidya, GRS, Dhuptali G/P Name of official With Designation Concerning Office Sri Sankar Nag, SI Farid Miah, HC Gopal Saha Sri Anjan Biswas, JE Sri Tapan Sarkar, JE MD. Karim Miah, W/A Sri Shibu Debnath, W/A Krishna Sarkar, W/A Dr. Sudeshna Debnath, MO Sri Bikartan Chakraborty, Pharmacist Sri Bhajan Ch. Das, NPS Sri Mansh Kr. Roy, MPW Smt. Tapati Battacharjee, S/N Sri Sukesh Das, GDA Er. Sajal Ghosh, Asstt. Engg Er. Tapas Das, JE Er. Kausik Chakraborty, JE Er. Suvankar Das, JE Kakraban Police Station DWS, Kakraban Kakraban PHC SDO, PWD, Kakraban Mobile No Mobile No

45 Amrpur SubDivision 067.(a) Preliminary Block Profile:Sl. Name of Location. Distance Distance No. Block from Sub from Div H.Q. District H.Q.. Amarpur Amarpur, KM 6 KM RD Gomati Tripura Block. Ompi RD Ompinagar KM 5 KM Block Gomati Tripura..(b) Preliminary SubDivision Profile:Sl. Name of SubLocation. No. Division. Amarpur North Bank of Amarsagar under Amarpur SubDiv.5 House Hold Details:Sl. Name of Block/ No. of APL No NP Families. Amarpur RD 6790 Block. Ompinagar RD 55 Block. Amarpur Nagar 05 Panchayat.6 Population :Sl. Name of the No. Block/ NP... Amarpur RD Block Ompinagar RD Block Amarpur Nagar Panchayat Total Distance from District H.Q. 7 KM Phone Number of the BDO. Office Residence (Extn.) Phone Number of the SDM. Office Residence No. of BPL Families 879 No. of Jhumia Families 605 Total Families Nil 8 SC ST OBC Others Total Male Total Female Grand Total Drinking Water Sources: (F Functional, D Defunct) Name of Shallow Kutccha RCC Well Masonry Block tube well well well F 558 D F D F D 5 F D Sanitary Well F D PHE Hydrant post. F D

46 Amarpur Ompi Public Distribution System: Name of the Block Amarpur R.D Block Ampi R.D Block No. of FP retailer counters 0. PHC:Name of PHC Block Amarpur 06 Nos. Ompi 7 Nos. Name of the retailer Hari Debnath/ Nikhil Saha Hari das Saha Telephone Office / Residence 656 Location Area coverage / No. of cards Amarpur Town 9667 Ampi Amarpur Block/ Amarpur N/P Ampi,Taidu area Name of the GP (location) Name of the GP(Location) Amarpur town Natunbazar Ompi Taidu.7 SubPost Offices:Name of the Block Amarpur Location Amarpur Gumti Project Staff available Bampur / Paharpur / Kasko / Kurma /Sarbang. Taidu/Nagrai/Chechua / Haripur / Taidudhepa.6 Police Stations:Police Station Birganj PS NatunBazar PS Ompi PS Taidu PS Remarks Staff Available No. of Staff available.8 Fire Station information:sl.no. Name of the fire station Amarpur Fire Station Telephone No. Disposition of Disposition of Man vehicle & Pumps Power W.T0 No.. SSO Jeep. LFM Pump. D/V. Fireman 5. CLN.9 Identification of flood shelters (single/double storied ) with capacity:name Type of Capacity location Contact person Facilities of shelter (room (address and available Block and phone No.) plinth area) 6 Remark s (single or double)

47 Amarpur Pucca Ampi building with GCI sheet Pucca building with GCIsheet Amarpur/ Rangamati/Ba mpur/ Natunbazar/ Mailak etc. Ompi/ Palku/ Nagrai checua/taicha ng/ Taidu/Haripur dhanlekha/ten tuibari Baishamanipar a etc. Related HM / BDO Drinking water/ toilet/furniture Related HM / BDO Drinkingwater/ Toilet/furniture..0 Earth moving and road cleaning equipments: Location Amarpur Ampi Type of equipments Dozer / Roller Dozer / Roller Contact person and address Ex.Eng., Amarpur(PWD) SDO, Ompi (PWD) Telephone office/res Remarks. Available. Important Offices and Telephone Numbers under Amarpur SubDivision.:Designation and Address Phone No. Fax Department Office Quarter SDM, Amarpur SDM Office, Amarpur, Gomati Tripura. BDO, Amarpur O/o The BDO, Amarpur 0866 RD Block, Amarpur, Gomati Tripura. BDO, Ompi O/o The BDO, Ompi RD Block, Ompinagar, Gomati Tripura. Superintendent of O/o The SA, Amarpur, 0865 Agriculture, Amarpur Gomati Tripura Asstt. Director, ARDD O/o The Asstt. Director, ARDD, Amarpur, Gomati Tripura.. SubDivisional Medical O/o The SDMO, Amarpur, Officer, Amarpur. Gomati Tripura. EE, PWD, Amarpur O/o The EE, PWD, 086 Amarpur, Gomati Tripura. Executive Engineer, O/O The EE, RD, 0866 RD Division. Amarpur, Gomati Tripura.. DGM, TSECL, O/O the DGM, TSECL, Amarpur. Amarpur Superintendent of O/o The Supdt. of 0868 Fisheries, Amarpur Fisheries, Amarpur, 7

48 CDPO, Amarpur NP Project. CDPO, Amarpur. CDPO, Ompi Gomati Tripura. O/o The CDPO, Amarpur NP Project, Amarpur, Gomati Tripura. O/o The CDPO, Amarpur Project, Amarpur, Gomati Tripura. O/o The CDPO, Ompi Project, Ompinagar, Gomati Tripura Name and contact Number of Nodal Officers :Sl. No. Name of Department. Name of Nodal officer.. SDM s office, Amarpur Sri Arun Kumar Roy, SDM, Amarpur.. Amarpur RD Block. Contact No. Office Residence BDO, Amarpur Ompi RD Block BDO, Ompi PWD, Amarpur EE, PWD, Amarpur RD, Amarpur EE, RD, Amarpur SDMO, Amarpur, SDMO, Amarpur ARDD, Amarpur, Asstt. Director, Amarpur DWS, Amarpur, SDO, DWS, Amarpur WR Amarpur, SDO, WR, Amarpur ICAT, Amarpur, APO, ICAT, Amarpur I/S, State, Amarpur. I/S (State), Amarpur TSECL, Amarpur. DGM, Amarpur ARCS, Amarpur. Coop. Officer, Amarpur Agriculture Deptt. Amarpur Supdt. Of Agriculture, Amarpur Fishery Deptt. Amarpur Supdt. Of Fisheries, Amarpur th Bn. TSR, Duluma. Asstt. Commandant, Duluma Home (Police), Amarpur SDPO, Amarpur Social Education, Amarpur. CDPO, Amarpur ICDS Project,

49 SubDivision At A Glance 067 Name of District Name of SubDivision Total geographical area No. of Revenue Circle 5 No. of TK. office 6 No. of Revenue Mouja 7 No. of RD. Block 8 No. of ADC. Villages 9 No. of habitations 0 No. of weekly market No. of water stream No. of SDPO office No. of Police Station No. of BOP 5 Total Border Length 6 Total PHC. 7 Total CHC. 8 Total no. of Health SubCentre 9 Total Forest area 0 No. of DFO office No. of Forest Range Office Total population Schedule Tribes Schedule Caste Gomati.57 sq. km. 0 nos. 05 nos. 7 nos. 0 nos. 6nos. 78nos. 08nos. 0nos. 0no. 0 nos. 9nos km. 0 nos. 0no. 7nos hac. 0no. 0nos. Religious Minority 508 Others No. of H/S. School No. of High School No. of SB. School No. of JB. School No. of KGBV No. of ICDS. project No. of Food Godown 0 No. of F.P. Shop 0 Total families 5865 No. of Anganawadi centre 78 No. of Ration Card Holder APL 6 BPL + Ad hoc BPL AAY 58 Total 5865

50 Block Level Disaster Management Response Team (Silachari RD. Block) Sl. No s of General body Chairman, Block Advisory Committee, Silachari R.D. Block. Block Development Officer, Silachari RD Block SubDivisional Magistrate, Tahasiladar, Silachari Tahasildar, Ghorakappa Medical Officer, I/C, Silachari PHC OfficerinCharge, P.S. Silachari Company Commander, BOP Silachari Company Commander, BOP Sukhnachari Junior Engineer, DWS, Silachari Sector Junior Engineer TSEC Ltd Silachari Telecom Br. Manager, Silachari Executive Engineer R.D. (SDivIII) Amarpur Supervisor ICDS Silachari Sector Sector Officer of Agriculture, Silachari Sector Circle Inspector of Schools,(TTAADC) Silachari Headmaster, Silachari H/S School Headmaster, Ghorakappa, Ailmara, Hazachari High School A.C.F, Silachari Range Forest Range Officer, Ghorakappa & Silachari Junior Engineer, Silachari R.D.Block Technical Assistant, Silachari R.D.Block Chairman, Ailmara ADC Village Chairman Barbil ADC Village Chairman Silachari ADC Village Chairperson, Hazachari ADC Village Chairman Suknachari ADC Village Chairman Ghorakappa ADC Village Chairman Bagachatal ADC Village Chairman Kaptali ADC Village Panchayat Secretary Ailmara ADC Village Panchayat Secretary Barbil ADC Village Panchayat Secretary Silachari ADC Village Panchayat Secretary Hazachari ADC Village Panchayat Secretary Suknachari ADC Village Panchayat Secretary Ghorakappa Village Panchayat Secretary Bagachatal ADC Village Panchayat Secretary Kaptali ADC Village Sri Maloy Dewan, NGO Sri Ranjit Chakma, Social Worker Sri Pradip Bal, Social Worker Sri Anath Saha, Social Worker 50 Designation Phone Number Chairman CoChairman cum Convener 0877 (O) (M)

51 Block Level Disaster Management Response Team ( RD. Block) SL No Name Address Phone Number BDO MLA, BAC Chairman Village Chairman of 8 nos. ADC Villages PEO Youth Organizer SDO (Elect) SDO (Elect) SDO (PWD) CDPO (ICDS) F.R.O() C.I(P.S) SDO (PHE) M.O.I.C SUBZDO SSO(fire Service) MOIC S.F(fishery) Dy.I/S(ADC) Asstt. H.M (KPHSS) SD(TWO) ICO(ICAT) MOIC Social Worker (Tarun Sangha ) Social worker (Eleven star) V/S,RPS of all ADC villages Jatanbari Jatanbari Amarpur Chellagang Jatanbari, CHC Jatanbari Tirthamukh Jatanbari Non Official members of SubDivision Level Disaster Management Committee:Sl. No. Designation of the Officials The Chairman, BAC, The Chairman, BAC, Silachari The Secretary, TMSU, Contact No

52 Quick Response team of Disaster Management under karbook SubDivision.(067) Sl. No Name of Staffs Sri Swapnajyoti Chakma, PA Sri Partha Debnath, UDC Sri Bipul Chakma, UDC Sri Gouranga Riang, LDC Sri Amanjoy Reang, LDC Sri narayan Chandra Sarkar, UDC Sri Shanti Debbarma, R/I, Silachari / Revenue Circle Sri Amlan Chakma, KGO Halka camp Sri Sanjti Reang, E/O (TW) Sri Jayanta Ghosh, LDC Sri Ratan Neogi, LDC Sri Sanjoy Malsom, LDC Sri Puniram Debbarma, UDC Sri Tapi Jamatia, Actt. Sri Anwesh Chakma, Tdr. Ghorakappa Sri Bikram Chakma, Tdr. Silachari Sri Kartik Reang, Tdr. Silachari Sri Tapan Debbarma, Tdr. Sri Armyjoy Reang Tdr. Jatanbari Sri Singhakumar Tripura, Tdr. Chlakaham Sri Biswajit Roy, LDC Contact No Block Communication Plan involving Line Deptt, PRI Bodies and NGOs/ Volunteers /Clubs under R.D Block. (067) Sl.No Name of persons with Address Phone Number Fax. no Mobile No. designation Office Resid ence Sri Amartya Barman, BDO Sri Bhabatosh Bhattacharjee, A.A.O 690 Sri Sajal Chakraborty, Y.O Sri Amar Saha, J.E

53 5 Sri Girendra Debbarma J.E 6 Sri Bhaskar Choudhury T.A (NREGA) Sri Charan Mohan Jamatia, T.A (NREGA) Sri Ratan Das, T.A (NREGA) Sri Nirmal Das, T.A (NREGA) Sri Jiban Roy, TA (NREGA) Sri Kamalbaran Chakraborty, Sup(P) Sri Sanjoy Paul, CIC Operator Sri Surajit Debbarma,(W/A) 8 Sri Shiba Pada Naha, (Block Cordinator) Sri Ronal Tripura, P.Astt, NREGA) Sri Biswajit Debbarma, A.Asst (NREGA) Sri Benu Bhusan Das, RDO 9 Sri Sanjit Banik, LDC 0 Sri Amarendra Jamatia,UDC Sri Sanjoy Das, LDC Sri Sarin Molsom, CIC Operator Sri Diken Tripura, A.Asst (NREGA) Benu Kr. Debbarma, Sup(ST Cor) Field Staff (V/S or RPS) of the Block Administration Sl no. place Name of office / organization Chellagang (RPS/V/S) Chellagang Panchayat Office 5 Dakhin Dakhin Chellagang Phone no

54 Chellagang(RPS/VS) Panchayat Office Dakhin Ekchari (RPS/V/S) Dakhin Ekchari Panchayat Office Dakhin Dakhin (RPS/V/S) Panchayat Office Ichachari (RPS/V/S) Ichachari Panchayat Office Lowgang (RPS/V/S) Lowgang Panchayat Office Lebachara(RPS/V/S) Lebachara Panchayat Office Mukchuri (RPS/V/S) Mukchuri Panchayat Office New Gomati (RPS/V/S) New Gumoti Panchayat Office Paschim Ekchari Paschim Ekchari (RPS/V/S) Panchayat Office Paschim Manikya Dewan Paschim Manikya (RPS/V/S) Dewan Panchayat Office Paschim ( Paschim RPS/V/S) Panchayat Office Purba Manikya Dewan Purba Manikya (RPS/V/S) Dewan Panchayat Office Powangbari(RPS/V/S) Powangbari Panchayat Office Purba (RPS/V/S) Purba Panchayat Office Patichari(RPS/V/S) Patichari Panchayat Office Rambadra(RPS/V/S) Rambadra Panchayat Office Utter Ekchari (RPS/V/S) Utter Ekchari Panchayat Office PRI Bodies(Chairman) of different ADC villages under RD Block Sl no. Name of persons place Smt. Krishna Devi Chellagang Chakma Sunil Ch. Nama Dakhin Chellagang Smt. Chalirong Reang Dakhin Ekchari 5 Kalajoy Reang Dakhin 6 Nija Ram Tripura (Vice) Ichachari 7 Udharam Reang (Vice) Lowgang 8 Gamai Sing Reang Lebachara 9 Monoranjan Tripura Mukchuri Phone no

55 Smt. Anju Reang Dhananjoy Murasing Luchan Krishna Tripura 5 5 Tarendra Reang (Vice) Ful Chandra Tripura Jaladhar Chakma Smt. Eka Rani Jamatia Smt. Asha Rani Thapa Smt. Tiya rani Tripura Mamata Bibi SDO,PWD(R&B) SDO,(DWS) S.F (Fishery) S.A (AGRI) DFO(Forest) Range Officer () CDPO(ICDS) SUBZDO(ADC) DGM(Electrical) Sr.Manager(Electric) Sr.Manager(Electric) Sup(Holticulture) SDO(PHE) Manager,UBI Manager,TSCB Manager,TGB SDO(BSNL) Lamps(cooperative) SDPO C.I O.C Com.5th Bn TSR 8 85 PHC PHC 86 PHC Tarun Sangha Eleven Star BOP (Out Post) Fire Service New Gomati Paschim Ekchari Paschim Manikya Dewan Paschim Purba Manikya Dewan Powangbari Purba Patichari Rambadra Uttar Ekchari Line Department karbook Amarpur 68 Amarpur 65 Jatanbari Amarpur 608 Jatanbari 68 Amarpur Amarpur 6 Jatanbari 6 Amarpur 985 Police/Paramilitary/Fire Service Natunbazar 66 Kartbook 6988 Duluma 9000 Jatanbari 60 MOIC(Health) Chellagang 087 Tirthamukh Volunteers/Locals/Clubs 98 Jatanbari

56 School Education 89 89(A) I/S (ADC),. IS, Panjiham H.S School Ekjatan Kr. H.S School Basi Chandra High School Chalakaham High School. Prahalad Sardar Para. High School Ram kr.para High School Jatan Bari Food Godown. Ration Shop Chellagang Ration Shop Patichari Ration Shop lebachara Ration Shop Mukchuri Ration Shop Purba manikya Dewan Ration Shop South Ration Shop Purba Ration Shop Paschim Ration Shop South Ekchari Ration shop Paschim Manikya Ration Shop West Ekchari Ration shop Rambhadra Ration shop New Gumati Ration shop North Ekchari Ration shop South Chellagang Ration Shop Lowgang Ration Shop Food and Civil Supplies(including Food Go down) List of equipments with TSR 5th Bn, Duluma, Amarpur, SDMs Amarpur,,Udaipur. (067). Sl.No Name of Equipment TSR 5thBn Duluma SDM AMP SDB KBK SDM UDP Breathing apparatus 0. Heavy duty works gloves Folding stretcher Fire and Rescue Helmet Remarks.

57 5 Reciprocating Saw with 0Set.. 0Nos Blade(Electric) 6 Tarpauling plastic0 X0 7 Natural calamities tent 06X06 8 Fire proximity Suit 0. 9 Fire Boot and Gloves 0. 0 Generator Set 0 Set. Rotary Rescue Saw 0 Set.. Angle Cutter(Electric) 0.. Fire extinguisher Medium /portable Concreter Cutter Rope Nylone (00mtrs 0 Nos. 5.. long) 6 Shovels Round Fuel Containers Scant Taps (00mtrs 0Nos. long) 9 Crow Bar Crow bar Fire Extinguisher with 05No.. 5 all accessories Traffic cones Electric Drill 0. Bullet Chair Saw 0. 5 Bolt Cutter Bolt cutter Rotary Hummer Drill PA System

58 9 Spades Shovel Spade Commando Search light Safety Goggles 05 5 Inflatabvle Rubber Boat With eng from DM will all accories. Nose Mask 00Nos Spear chain 6 Guide bar 7 Tools 8 Chain corer 9 0 Portable inflatable Emergency lighting systwm with generator Single pulley Double pully Life jackets Life buoys Kanat made of cloth 5. 7 Water tank made of cloth Water mist and CAF fire extinguisher Back pack(0 liter) Tent 80Kg complete 8 Hand saw 9 Shovels round(belcha) Medical tool box 5 Minimax thermometer 5 First aid Box 5 MFR Box 5 Screw Driver 55 Inflatable light tower 6 58

59 56 Hesque 57 Pen light 58 Eye glass 59 Doctor aneroid 60 Fuel containers (5ltrs) 0. 6 do(0 Ltrs. 00(one hundred) TSR personel of 5th Bn regularly are being trained in refresher course in phased manner by utilizing the service Master trainer. List of trained persons for search and rescue with available equipments(latest) Sl.No.. Name of staff /persons Sri Ashis Debnath,LDC Sri Ganesh Naha, PI Mobile No Address SDM office,(u) Dy Director,YSA(G) List of equipments available with PWD rd Circle, Udaipur (067) Sl.No. Name of SubDivision Amarpur Udaipur Name of equipments Tripper Road roller Excavator Dozer Gas cutter Tripper Road roller Excavator Dozer Gas cutter Tripper Road roller Excavator Dozer Gas cutter Number of equipment List of equipments available with agencies (Private), Amarpur / / Udaipur under Gomati District. Sl. No. Name of SubDivision Amarpur Name of Agency & Contact No. Sri Sanjib Kr. Prasad Name of equipments Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Tripper Sri Bappa Sen & Sri Rajib majumder 59 Number of equipment 7

60 9697 Sri Narayan Nag Sri Tapan Ch. Saha 9679 Sri Tapan Chakraborty Sanjoy Roy Md Salim Adamed Udaipur Sri Joypal Kanti Saha 9666 Sri Pradip Datta 960 Sri Dilip Saha 9675 Sri Anjan Bhadra Sri Asim Kr. Saha 960 / Road Roller Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Excavator Tripper Road Roller Excavator Tripper Road Roller

61 QUICK RESPONSE TEAM (Annexure A DIVISION WISE QUICK RESPONSE TEAM OF PWD FOR RESTORATION OF ROADS, BRIDGES ETC 067 AMARPUR DIVISION : SL No Name Mobile No. Er Bulbul Das, Asstt Engineer Er Samir Debbarma, AE, (Team Leader) Er. Amal Bishnu Chowdhury, Asstt Engineer Er Nikulin Chakma, AE UDAIPUR DIVISION: SL No Name Mobile No. Er Sajal Ghosh, AE (Team leader) Er Goutam Reang, AE Er. Piter Uchai, Asstt. Engineer PWD (R& B) DEPTT. DIVISION WISE Contact Under Gomati District. (067) Land S.E, PWD(R&B) Circle, UDP rd S.E, PWD(R&B),UDP NOS Residence EE,PWD(R&B),UDP E.E 088 PWD, UDP,Div. PWD,Divin SDO SDO PWD, Killa PWD,Kakraban SDO SDO E.E,PWD(R&B), Amarpur PWD Division Amarpur PWD Division, Amarpur PWD, Jatanbari PWD, Ompi PWD, E.E 086 SDO 0868 SDO SDO SDO SDO

62 S.P Gomati District. EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS (ESF) PLAN Emergency Support Functions (ESF).. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O The department of Police will provide emergency support of the Department of Revenue (Disaster Management Cell) in the event of natural or manmade disaster in regard to the following: Earth quakes Floods & water logging, dam bursts Erosion Landslides Cyclones, cloud burst, lightning & hailstorms Drought Forest fire Human/animal epidemics/food poisoning Major fire incidents/electric incidents Boat/road/train/air accidents/building collapse Industrial accidents Ethnic & terrorist violence Chemical disaster, oil spills, nuclear Festival related disasters Other disasters Nodal officers:. The details of Nodal officers and the alternate Nodal officers of the department (first & second contact persons with contact details) for the purpose of coordinating emergency support functions with department of Revenue (Disaster Management Cell) are as under:nodal Officer: Shri Tapan Debbarma, ( Addl. SP Gomati, Udaipur.) Residence: Dakbanglow road Udaipur. Alternative Nodal Officer: Office: 08 Mobile : 9699 Shri. Debashis Debbarma (Dy. S.P (DIB) Gomati), Udaipur Residence: Bandowar, Udaipur. Office: 0855 Mobile :

63 Quick Response Team(QRT) at the Agartala(HQ):. The department has set up the Quick Response Team(QRT) at the HQ(State level)for emergency response(in the event of a disaster)and the details of the team and the task assigned are given in the attached Form No. ESF0.. The Department has designed the following field offices for providing emergency support functions: Field Offices:Sl. Location No. SDPO, Udaipur, Gomati District SDPO, Amarpur, Gomati District SDPO, Ompi Nagar, Gomati District. SDPO, Gomati District 5. Postal address Phone/Fax Sri Ratan Kr. Das, TPS, SDPO, Udaipur. Residence= SDPO Office Qtr, Dakbanglo Road, Udaipur. Shri Ranadhir Debbarma TPS, SDPO, Amarpur. Residence= Amarpur Qtr. Amarpur. Shri Ranaditya Das, TPS, SDPO, Ompi Nagar. Residence: SDPO Office Qtr. Shri Gamanjoy Reang, TPS, SDPO,. Residence: SDPO Office Qtr Office:08 Mobile: Office:08658 Mobile : Office: Mobile: Office:08698 Mobile: The details of the designated officers in the above field offices who will be coordinating the emergency support functions are given in the attached Form No. ESF0. Quick Response Team(QRT) at the Field level: 6. The Department of Police has set up the Quick Response Teams (QRT) at the field levels for emergency response (in the event of a disaster)and the details of the Teams and the tasks assigned are given in the attached Form No. ESF0. Resource Inventory: 7. The Department will be in a position to make available the following type of equipment/material manpower and services: 6

64 8. Sl. No Material availability: Name of items Water bottle carrier Water bottle Axe Flexible wire Water filter 00 lts. Capacity G.C.I Sheet 0 long Halogen lamp (complete set) Hata steel Iron Pan (Big) Nylon pipe ¾ dia. P.V.C. Wire mm Pump machine Sand bag Sintex 500 ltrs capacity Sintex 00 ltrs capacity Torch light cell Big Mouth Binocular Bajaj water filter (8 ltrs capacity) Compass Commando Light Bullet proof potka Bullet proof helmet (Kavler) Biono Colour (Night vision) Inflatable Rubber boat Bullet proof jacket B.P Jacket Kavlar Poly carbonate shield F.G.P Helmet Body protector Primatric liquid compals Tents swiss cottage Tent 80 LBS with all E.P.I.P Tent Store tent Alarm Bell Spare for V.R Party Blue Drill Cloth Steel Almirah 7 x 6 x 8 Wooden Chair with Arms Wooden Chair without Arms Computer Table (Model No.) Computer Table No. with key 6 Availability as on Nos. Nil 0 Nos. 05 Coil 05 Nos. 5 Nos. (old) Nos. 05 Nos. 05 Nos. 07 Bundle Coil 0 No. (/ HP) 58 Nos. 5 Nos. 6 Nos. Nil 09 Nos. Nil 07 Nos. 0 No. Nos. 05 Nos. 0 Nos. Nil 77 Nos. Nil Nil 6 Nos. 0 Nos. Nil Nil 08 nos. 0 Nos. 0 Nos. Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

65 Computer Chair with Arms (Modelpch500T) Coir Mattress for Jaddu Menila rope (Climbing rope) Steel pole 8 long dia Angle holder Cable wire Chock 0 watt Choloroquire tablet 5 Alnaflo water purifier 5 Starter 0 watt Nil Nil Nil Nil 5 Nos. Nil 70 Nos. Nil Nil 60 Nos. All the above equipments are kept in a store at Dhajanagar Police lines. Manpower: Superintendent of Police 0 Addl. SP 0 Dy, Co (DAR) 0 Dy. SP 06 Inspector (UB) 07 Inspector (AB) 0 Women Inspector 0 Women SI 05 Women ASI 0 Women H/C (UB) 06 Women Constable (UB) 9 SI (UB) 6 SI (AB) 08 ASI (UB) H/C (UB) 6 H/C (AB) 5 W/HC (AB) 0 Naik 9 W/NK0 Constable (UB) 8 Constable (AB) 9 Driver (S/HC,H/C, Const) 0 Armourer H/C0 & Const0 The above available officers and men will be available during operation. 65

66 Operation /Service: Maintenance of Law & Order. Search & Research. Warning. Equipment support. Keeping watch on antisocial elements & Rumor mongers. On those elements want to take under advantage. Overall Traffic management and patrolling of all highways and other access roads to disaster sites. 8. Identification of antisocial elements 9. Provision of security in transit camps/feeding centers/relief camps/cattle camps/cooperative food stores and distribution centers. 0.Assistance to district authorities for taking necessary action against hoarders, black marketers and those found manipulating relief material..coordination with military service personnel in the area being carried out..officers made available to inquiry into and record of deaths..assisting the community in organizing emergency transport or injured.. All staff informed informed about the disasters, like damages and effects 8. The details of the above resources are given in the attached Form No.ESF It is certified that the aforesaid resources (material and equipment) though not be adequate, can be used for very urgent requirements for accomplishing the Emergency Support Functions (in the event of a disaster) assigned to this Police Department. 0. It is certified that in addition to above resources this Police department has entered into precontracts for supply of resources are given in the attached Form No. ESF06. Authorized signature (Department Head) Name: Designation: Date: Provision of security in transit camps/feeding centers/relief camps/cooperative food stores and distribution centers. camps/cattle Assistance to district authorities for taking necessary action against hoarders, back marketers and those found manipulating relief material. Coordination with military personnel in the area where joint efforts are underway. Officers are being made available to inquire into and record of deaths. Assisting the community in emergency transport of the injured. 66

67 All staffs are informed about the disasters, likely damages and effects. Form no ESP0 Quick Response Team (QRT) at Udaipur, Dist. HQ : Name/Designation/office address/residential address Team leader Shri Tapan Debbarma, TPS, GrI Addl. S.P (Gomati) Residence: Dakbanglow road, Udaipur. Alternative Team leader Sri Birchandra Jamatia, RI(Gomati) Dhajanagar, Udaipur, Gomati Tripura Residence: Police Lines Qtr, Dhajanagar. Phone with STD code & Office: 08 Mobile : 9699 Mobile : s:name/designation/office address/residential address Sri Dibendhu Roy, SI of Police O/C R.K.Pur PS, Gomati District Res: R.K.Pur PS Qtr, Complex. Sri Jatindra Das, Inspr. of Police O/C Kakrabon PS, Gomati District. Res: KKB PS Qtr. Complex. Smt. Naini Mog, Inspector of Police Inspr. UDP Court. Gomati District Resi:Sri Hemanta Debbarma, Inspr. of Police O/C. Killa PS, Gomati District Resi: Killa PS Qtr. Complex. Sri Parimal Roy, SI of Police O/C Maharani OP Res: Maharani OP Complex Sri Bidya Debbarma, SI of Police O/C Pitra OP Res: Pitra OP Complex Sri Ranjit Das, SI of Police O/C Garjee OP Res: Garjee OP Complex Sri Chitta Rn. Das, SI of Police O/C Bagma OP Res: Bagma OP Complex Sri Goutam Jamatia, SI of Police O/C Tulamura OP Res: Tulamura OP Complex Phone with STD code & Office : 0857 Mobile : Office : Mobile : Office :Mobile : Office0875 Mobile Mobile: Mobile: Mobile : Mobile : Mobile :

68 Quick Response Teams (QRTs) at Amarpur, Gomati District Sl Field office address No.. Team leader SDPO, Amarpur Gomati District Name/ Designation/ office address/ residential address Phone with STD code & Shri Ranadhir Debbarma, SDPO, Amarpur. Residence= Amarpur Qtr. Complex. Office:08658 Mobile : Sri Sunil Kr. Das, Inspr. of Police, Res: Amarpur PS Qtr. Complex. Shri Jaharlal Debbarma, Inspr, of Police Residence: NTB PS QTR Complex. Sri Ramendra Debbarma SI of Police Res: Jatanbari OP Complex. Office: 0866 Mobile : 9678 s. O/C Birganj PS, Gomati District. OC Natunbazar PS Gomati District. OC Jatan Bari OP, Gomati Tripura Office: 0866 Mobile.: Office: Mobile The tasks assigned are (i.e. emergency function required to be performed in the event of a disaster as per requirement of our department): Maintenance of Law & order, Search & Rescue, Warning, Equipment support. Keeping watch on antisocial elements & Rumor mongers. On those elements who want to take undue advantage. Assist other agencies working to rescue the victim in all possible ways. Overall Traffic management, patrolling of high ways and others access roads to disaster sites, Identification of anti social elements and deal them by lawful means. Provision of security in transit camps/ feeding centers/ cattle camps/ cooperative food stores distribution centers. Assistance to district authorities for taking necessary action against hoarders, back marketers and those found manipulating relief material. Coordination with military personnel in the area where joint efforts are underway. Officers are being made available to inquire into and record of deaths. Assisting the community in emergency transport of the injured. All staff are informed about the disasters, likely damages and effects. 68

69 Form No. ESF0 Quick Response Teams (QRTs) at, Gomati District Sl Field office address No.. Team leader SDPO, Gomati District Name/ Designation/ office address/ residential address Phone with STD code & Shri Gamanjoy Reang SDPO,. Residence= Residence of SDPO at office complex. Office: Mobile : Sri Bipin Debbarma SI. of Police Residence: KBK PS QTR, Complex. Sri Biraj Debbarma SI of Police Res: Silachari QTR. Complex. Office: Mobile.: s. OC PS, Gomati District. OC Silachari PS, Gomati District Office: 0877 Mobile The tasks assigned are ( i.e. emergency function required to be performed in the event of a disaster as per requirement of our department): Maintenance of Law & order, Search & Rescue, Warning, Equipment support. Keeping watch on antisocial elements & Rumor mongers. On those elements who want to take undue advantage. Assist other agencies working to rescue the victim in all possible ways. Overall Traffic management, patrolling of high ways and others access roads to disaster sites, Identification of anti social elements and deal them by lawful means. Provision of security in transit camps/ feeding centers/ cattle camps/ cooperative food stores distribution centers. Assistance to district authorities for taking necessary action against hoarders, back marketers and those found manipulating relief material. Coordination with military personnel in the area where joint efforts are underway. Officers are being made available to inquire into and record of deaths. 69

70 Assisting the community in emergency transport of the injured. All staff are informed about the disasters, likely damages and effects. Quick Response Teams(QRTs)at Ompi Nagar, Gomati District Sl. Field office address No. SDPO, Ompi Nagar, Gomati District s. O/C Ompi PS, Gomati District O/C Taidu PS, Gomati Tripura 5 O/C Chechua OP, Gomati Tripura. Name/Designation/Office address/residential address Shri Ranadithya Das, TPS, SDPO, Ompi Nagar. Residence: SDPO Office Qtr. Phone with STD code & . Office: Mobile: Shri Anurudra Das, Inspr. of Police, Res: Ompi PS QTR Complex Shri Surjya Kanta Jamatia, SI of Police, Gomati Tripura Res: Taidu PS QTR Complex Shri Paresh Das, SI of Police Res: Chechua OP Complex Office: Mobile Office: Mobile 9079 Office: Mobile The tasks assigned are(i.e. emergency functions required to be performed in the event of a disaster as per requirements of our department): Maintenance of Law & order. Search & rescue Warning. Equipment support Keeping watch on antisocial elements & Rumor mongers. On those elements who want to take under advantage. Assist other agencies working to rescue the victim in all possible ways. Overall traffic management, patrolling of highways and other access roads to disaster sites. Identification of antisocial elements and deal them by lawful means. Provision of security in transit camps/feeding centers/relief camps/cattle camps/cooperative food stores and distribution centers. Assistance to district authorities for taking necessary action against hoarders, black marketers and those found manipulating relief material. Coordination with military personnel in the area where joint efforts are underway. Officers are being made available to inquire into and record of deaths. Assisting the community in emergency transport of the injured. All staff are informed about the disasters, likely damages and effects 70

71 Line Department & Responsibility District Level Committee for Forest Area(067) Sl.No Name Designation Address. District Forest Officer Chairman. SubDivisional Forest Officer,Udaipur SubDivisional Forest Officer,Gomati O/O the District Forest Officer,Gomati District O/O the Divisional Forest Udaipur,Gomati District O/O the Divisional Forest,Gomati, Gomati District.. Phone number Land Mobile Forest Sub Divisional Level Management Committee Sl.No Name. SubDivisional Forest Officer,Udaipur Range Officer,Udaipur Chairman Range Officer, Kakraban Range Officer,Killa. Designation membver Address O/O the Divisional Forest Udaipur,Gomati District O/O the Range Officer Udaipur,Gomati District O/O the Range OfficerKakraban,Gomati District. O/O the Range Officer,Killa,Gomati District Phone number Land Mobile Gomati Forest SubDivision Sl.No Name Designation. Chairman SubDivisional Forest Officer,Gomati,Gomati District Range Officer,Amarpur Range Officer, 5. Range Officer,Thirthamukh Range Officer, Taidu 6. Range Officer,Silachari Address O/O the Divisional Forest Officer,Gomati, Gomati District O/O the Range Officer, Amarpur, Gomati Distrtict O/O the Range Officer,(Gomati District. O/O the Range Officer, Thirthamukh,Gomati District, O/O the Range Officer,Taidu, Gomati District. O/O The range Officer,Silachari(Gomati Tripura 7 Phone number Land Mobile

72 Status for Forest Areas:Division Udaipur Range Udaipur Killa Kakraban Total Thirthamukh Gumti Taidu Amarpur Total Grand total. Area in SQ KM PF UGF Total RF PRF Govt. Khas land Private land

73 . District Control Room Toll free No.077, And Disaster Management, Gomati District. Sl. No... Sl. No.... State control Room No / District Control Room No / / I.P phone No SDM along with Nodal officer and alternate nodal officer Name Designation Phone Number Name Contact No/ Mobile No. Office Reidence SDM, SDM Arun Kr. Roy Amarpur 66 Nodal Officer R.I Shanti Debbarma, RI Alternate LDC Sanjoy 0866 Nodal.Officer Das,LDC SDM, SDM 0808Sajal Biswas Nodal oficer DCM Amit Ghosh DCM Alternate nodal DCM DCM Silachari officer SDM, Udaipur SDM 0808S. Banarjee Nodal Officer DC 08Joydeep Chakraborty,D. C Alternate nodal DC 08Pritam 960 officer 57 Sarkar,D.C BDO/ P.Samity / BAC Name /DDMA Designation Amarpur R.D Block Amarpur Panchayat Samity Amarpur BAC Kakraban R.D Block Kakraban Panchayat Samity Kakraban BAC R.D Block Panchayat BDO BDO Phone Number Office Residence Chairman 7 Name Ringku Reang, Contact No/ Mobile No Rajib Das 9007 S.K Jamatia Subrata Majumder, Suniti Roy S.R Reang Amartya Barman /

74 Sl. No.. Sl. No. Samity BAC Killa R.D Block Killa BAC Matabari R.D Block Matabari Panchayat Samity Matabari BAC Ompi R.D Block Ompi Panchayat Samity Ompi BAC Silachari R.D Block Silachari BAC Tepania R.D Block Tepania Panchayat Samity Tepania BAC BDO 0875 BDO 0850 Chairman BDO T.Reang Raju Deb B.S.Jamatia 08 S. 5 Bhattacharyya Rekha Rani Majumder Bipin Reang 8096 K.M Sarkar BDO BDO Addl.S.P Gomati SDPO Amarpur SDPO SDPO Ompi SDPO Udaipur Phone Number Office Residence B. Chakraborty Name Tapan Debbarma Ranabir Debbarma G.Reang R Das D.Jamatia Chandrajoy Reang B Chakma S. Chakma Alld.SP / SDPO Name /DDMA Designation / Contact No/ Mobile No. / Ratan Kr. Das All police station. Under Gomati District. Name /DDMA Designation Phone Number 7 Name Contact No/ Mobile No.

75 O/C, Birganj PS I.P 0866 A.A Das O/C, Chedhua OP SI Paresh Das O/C, Gargee OP SI Ranjit Das O/C, Jatanbari OP O/C Kakraban P.S SI R.M Dabbarrma I.P Jatindra Das O/C, S.I Bipen Debbarma O/C,Killa PS IP 0875 Hamanta Debbarma O/C, Maharani OP SI 0866 Parimal Roy O/C, Natunbazar I.P Jaharlal Debbarma O/C, Ompinagar SI Surja Kanta Jamatia O/C R.k.Pur PS I.P 0857 Dibindu Roy O/C, Silachari I.P Biraj Debbarma O/C, Taidu PS SI SI P. Chakma Fire station (67) Divisional Fire Officer, Gomati Division 0876, M968085, Nanda Lal Das Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Amarpur Fire Station Jatanbari Fire Station Udaipur Fire station Kakraban Fire station Sl. No. Phone Number 7Bn BSF 5th Bn,TSR, Duluma Contact No/ Mobile No. Name Contact No/ Mobile No BSF/ CRPF/ Assam Rifle / TSR Name /DDMA Designation Phone Number 5 Assam Rifle Dhajanagar 0Bn BSF Name Sumeet Singh,Captain Maharani Bagma Bagma (08)9000(WL) NDRF Sudhir Kumar Singh Mohinder Singh Dy.Commandan t K. Chakraborty Tulumani Chakma NRDF 75

76 Health Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Dr. Niramohan. Jamatia. CMO, Gomati Dist. Gomati Hospital, T.S.SubDiv. Hospt. Udaipur,,Amarpur CMO Phone Number Name 08 Dr. Niramohan. Jamatia Dr. Shibapada Chakraborty Superintend Contact No/ Mobile No. SDMO, 080 Dr. Debashis Das SDMO Subendhu Debbarma 965 Dr. Dhanamani Tripura PHC ARDD Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Dy. Director Dy. Director, Asstt Director ARDD, DPF Ad. ARDD Amarpur Asstt Director ADRR, DPF Control Room Amarpur Phone Number Name 087 Samarendra Das Salil Bhattacharjee Contact No/ Mobile No. Dr. Tapas kanti Ghosh TSECL(District level) Sl. No Name /DDMA Designation Phone Number Name AGM( Elect) Meghnad Saha Nodal Officer Dist. Level 08 Meghnad Saha 9660 DGM(Elect) Er. Subir Debbarma DGM Amarpur Shakti Debbarma Contact No/ Mobile No. 968 R.D Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Phone Number Name Contact No/ Mobile No. R.D Circle II S.E,RDD 0879 Mihir Kanti Gope 9688 E.E.,R.D Div.I,UDP Div.III, AMP E.E,RDD 08 5/ 0866 Laxman Sarkar EE,RDD Babul Biswas DWS Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Phone Number Name Contact No/ Mobile No. S.E, DWS, Udaipur S.E (DWS) UDP 0857 S. Bhowmil , Executive Engineer DWS Div. Udaipur Nodal Officer 087 Er. Ajit Debnath

77 SDO, DWS Amarpur SDO, DWS Ompi 086 Er. S. Chakma A.EA.M Jamatia N.M Jamatia. SDM,DWS, WR Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation,W.R,, CircleIII, South Tripura Udaipur E.E, W.R, Udaipur (District Nodal Officer Asstt. Engineer Asstt. Engineer Phone Number Name Contact No/ Mobile No. S.E, W.R CircleIII 086 Er. Tapan Ch. Das E.E, W.R, Udaipur 089 Er. Sishir Chiran 966 Udaipur SubDivision Amarpur SubDivision 0857 Mihir Chakraborty G.C. Datta PWD (R&B) Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation S.E, PWD(R&B) rd Circle, UDP E.E,PWD(R&B), Amarpur, PWD(R&B), Udaipur SDO, PWD EE,PWD(R&B), UDPI S.E, PWD(R&B),UD P E.E, PWD(R&B) Amarpur SDM Phone Number Name 0878/65 Er. A.. C Lodh Er.B. Debbarma Goutam Reang N. Debbarma S Ghom 9685 Phone Number Name Contact No/ Mobile No. 08`8 Goutam Mujumder Dipankar Dey 9659 SDO, E.E 088 Contact No/ Mobile No. Agriculture Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Dy. Director, Agriculture, Udaipur Dy. Director Matabari. Amarpur S.A S.A 0865 A. Mukharjee Fisheries Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Dy. Director Fishery,(S) S.F, Udaipur S.F,Amarpur Nodal Officer (S) Nodal Officer, Udaipur Nodal Officer,Amarpur Phone Number Name 089/ N.G Noatia Kiranmay Bhowmik N.G Noatia 96596/ Contact No/ Mobile No.

78 Forest Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Dist Forest Officer (G) SubDivisional Forest.Udaipur Divisiona Forest (Gomti) Jatanbari Phone Number Name Contact No/ Mobile No. 08 Dr.W Bhutia Joykrishan V.K Naresh Jamatia Education Sl. No. Name /DDMA Designation Dist. Education Officer I/S, Udaipur I/S Amarpur I/S,TTAAD C) Coordinator SSA (District level Nodal Officer SubDivision level Nodal Officer,Udaipur SubDivision Level Nodal officer, Amarpur I/S Phone Number Name Contact No/ Mobile No. 087 Laxman Ch. Das Somnath Chakraborty,IS K.B Das /96709,, District level Nodal officer of different offices for Disaster Management. Department/ Nodal officer Mobile No. Alternate Mobile No. Office. Nodal officer D.M office, Abhijit Nihar Gomati District Malakar,D.C Ranjan Das, D.M Office (G) D.C, D.M Office (G) Supdt. of Police Tapan Debbarma, 08Debashis 08Gomati District Addl. S.P debbarma, Dy SP(DIB) Dy. Director Krishnadhan Utpal 8979 Food Sarkar, Dy Chakma. Director Food Inspector(F 78

79 Dist. Transport, Udaipur Debjani Deb,DTO,Gomati Udaipur Kanoj Debbarma, Sr.MVI Superintendent of Agriculture, Matabari Thanesh Rema, A.O Rakhaal Ch. Paul, A.I Supdt. of Taxes, Udaipur Samir Paul, Supdt of Taxes Md. Rafiqul Islam District Education, Gomati District Lakshman Ch. Das,Dy. Director of education,gomati Somnath Chakraborty,IS, Udaipur Panchapada Tripura, OSD,Dist. Education Inspector of Schools, Amarpur Parimal Ch. Das,IS,Amarpur SubDivision level Nodal officer,, Udaipur SubDiv.N SS Committee. Kartik Debbarma,H/M Panjihum H/S School Tapan Bhattacharjee,A/T Dy.Director YAS,Udaipur Chanchal Majumder,Dy.Dir ector,yas 986 Atanu Kn. Saha, PI EE, Water Resource Division.No.III Mihir Chakraborty,Astt. Engineer.S D I 085 / / Internal Electrical SubDivision Litan Das, Jr.Engineer(Elect) Mongsi Mog,Asstt Engineer,W R, SD I Inspector of Schools, Udaipur /

80 Dy. Register of Coop. Society Bishnupada Roy Coop Officer,DRCS, Udaipur List of NGO / Volunteers / Name of NGO / volunteers with addres.makhan Lal Acharjee Chairman,IRCS,Gomati District Udaipur Branch.Rabi Dhar, Secretary IRCS, Gomati District,Udaipur Branch.Padma Purna Jamatia Yapri Baksha(SHG) Chabimura.Prasanjit Ghosh,Prayas Samajik Sangsta, Kheyachat,Rangamati 5. Subrata Das, Hitaishi, Amarpur Town 6.Anupam Das, IRCS, Amarpur Branch 7. Dhananjoy Sukla Das, IRCS, Amarpur branch 8.Saikat Saha, Rabindra Sangha, V/S Certer Amarpur Town 9.Kamaljoy ReangS/O Bibaram Reangof Nabajoy Para 0.Ukendra Reang S/O Parendra Reang of Matarai Para Rajendra Majumder, 0850 Coop Officer, DRCS,Udai pur Contact No. SubDivision Udaipur do Amarpur do dodo dodo Karbok do TELEPHONE INDEX Names of Quick Response Team, Gomati District. SubDivision Level Amarpur Sajal Biswas SDM, Noba kumar Jamatia. Mahesh DebBarma Udaipur SDM OFFICE Asish Debnath L.D.C Krishna Murasing U.D.C Ranjan Debnath. SDM OFFICE. Dilip DebBarma. Mobile No Block Level Kakraban Block. Pulin Biswas.BlockCoordinator

81 Killa Block Stiphen Reang Block Amar Saha J/E Ompi Block. Narayan DebNath P.Ext. Sukanta Paul. P.Secy Silachari Block. Prasanta Chakraborty.P/Extension Matarbari Block Arup Das Mithu Das Gupta Suman Kanti Ghosh Tapania Block Amit Kr. Jamatia Arjun Rabi Das. Ajit Kr. D/Barma Amarpur Block Gour Bindu Das Joy Kinkar Saha Paritosh Das Biplab Acharjee

82 Description of vulnerable areas of the District : (067) Flood prone areas mtr..00 mtr.00 mtr.50 mtr (0088) 5. H.F.L.. Extreme Danger level Danger level mtr. Critical level. AMARPUR AMARPUR. Probable Flood Stage SubDivision Gauge measuring station Flood levels of Amarpur Subdivision Fully Flood Prone areas: Bampur (Samatalpara), Birganj, Karariakhola, Mailak, Rangamati, Baiswamani, Dhanalekha, Nagrai, Tirthamukh, Nutanbazar, parts of Amarpur Town, Kamlai and Changang. Partly Flood Prone areas: Town Rangkang, Birbal Das Para, Santi Palli, Dhakaiya Para, Vivekananda Palli, Habi Choudhury Char, Thalchara(Dalak), West Malbasa, Ekchari, Chellagang, Rangachara,Ompinag ar, South Taidu, Haripur, Uttar Taidu, Paschim Sarbong, Karaichara(Tirthamukh), South Sangang, Chechua,Chandipara,Hrishi Arbinda Colony, Lalgiri and New Kathaliamura Flood prone areas Extreme Danger level H.F.L (0088) mtr. Danger level mtr...00 mtr...50 mtr. Probable Flood Stage Critical level Gauge measuring station. 0.0 mtr. Udaipur. Near Subhas bridge on River Gumti. SubDivision Flood levels of Udaipur SubDivision Low Flood level area: Amtali, Kushamara, Palatana, Salgarah, Kakraban, Rani, Hadra and part of Shilghati. Medium Flood level area: Jamjuri, Khilpara, Murapara, Garjanmura, Rajnagar, North Maharani, Hirapur. High Flood level area: Low lying areas of Rajarbag, Pitra, Photamati, Fulkumari, Matabari and Laxmipati.

83 RESPONSE MECHANISMS i. SETTING UP CONTROL ROOM AND MANNING OF CONTROL ROOM. STATEMENT OF CONTROL ROOMS Sl. No. Name of River Location of Gauge Gumati Udaipur ii. Gumati Amarpur Location & address of Control Room W.R.SubDivision No.II, Udaipur Water Resource SubDivision, Amarpur. Incharge of control Room Phone No. if any 5 Assistant Engineer, W.R.SubDivision No.II, Udaipur Assistant Engineer, Water Resource SubDivision, Amarpur. 6 (08) 5 (08) 6589 ASSIGNMENT OF DUTIES TO THE ENGINEERS: Nodal officers District Nodal Officer: ( SISHIR CHIRAN ) Executive Engineer, W.R. Division No.III, Udaipur Office: 08 9 Mobile: 966 Udaipur SubDivision ( Mongsi Mog) Assistant Engineer, W.R.SubDivisionNo.II, Udaipur Mobile: Amarpur SubDivision (Sri Sudip Biswas) Assistant Engineer, W.R.SubDivision, Amarpur Mobile: Re ma rks 7

84 iii) DUTIES OF QUICK RESPONSE TEAMS : In the event of a flood, Quick response teams shall be the core body for execution of different aspects of the plan. The first responses shall have to be started immediately without any delay. Shall report to the respective authority on a hourly basis regarding the situation. May contact with sister departments or other district level officers for necessary help in manpower/equipment/information.. May put requisition for essential commodities to the respective authority. 5. May call for services of volunteers/ngos 6. Shall work in close coordination with teams of other line departments iv) QUICK RESPONSE AND DAMAGE ASSESSMENT TEAM OF PWD(WR) /GAUGE STATION Udaipur Nagar Panchayat, Matabari & Killa Block (i) Er.Mihir Chakraborty, AE. Mobile No: R.K.Pur Gauge (ii) Er.Debasish Saha, JE. Mobile no: Station, Gumti (iii) Er. Jayanta Saha, JE. Mobile No: KAKRBAN BLOCK (i) Sri Mongsi Mog,AE Mobile: Kakraban Gauge (ii) Er.Partha Sarathi Ghosh,JE. Mobile No: Station, Gumti River

85 (iii) Er.Dibyendu Debbarma,JE. Mobile No: AMARPUR SUBDIVISION (i) Er.Sudip Biswas, AE. Mobile No: Amarpur Gauge (ii) Er.Asit Saha, JE. Station, Mobile No: (iii) Er. Subhankar Das, JE. Mobile No: v) Sl.No. LENGTH OF EMBANKMENT (EXISTING) Location River/Chera Existing Length Area protected (Ha) Hadra Shilghati Gumti 7.0 Km 5 00 Dakmajala Gumti.00 Km. 900 Harijala Gumti 7.9 Km 500 Total ) i) 5050 MITIGATION MEASURES Flood forecasting: The flood fore casting is generally done either by computation of observed rainfall in all Subcatchments through self recording rain gauge or by observation of flood levels at suitable points/stating in the upper region of river. Both have to be transmitted at short intervals by wireless requiring elaborate round the clock operation of wireless system. This will be purposeful only in long rivers where the time gap of flood water from observed river gauge station/rain gauge station to the flood prone region be at least more than eight hours which is required for receiving the news of flood magnitude computed and getting prepared. But all the rivers in Tripura are of smaller length originating within the state. Hence in 85

86 Tripura, Flood fore casting technique has very limited help in giving advance intimation of flood probability. ii) Flood Proofing Infrastructure: Strengthening embankments: Water Resource Department may take up Raising & Strengthening of weak and vulnerable embankment prioritizing the works subject to availability of fund. Water shed management: May be taken up by Agriculture Department. Better Drainage: Drainage condition of flood prone areas may be improved by respective Nagar Panchayat and Gram Panchayat Authorities. Improvement of existing Warning Systems: i) At present, the existing GaugeDischarge sites lack necessary infrastructure to carry out the required duties smoothly and promptly. For this the minimum requirements are as below: a) b) c) d) One small shed for the Gauge reader at each GD Site. One vehicle at each GD Site. One no. Mobile/Telephone(Landline) for Gauge reader at each GD Site One Mobile Phone each for members of Quick response team toward effective communication during floods. ii) The existing system of flood warning can be improved if following additional GaugeDischarge sites can be established at the upstream of rivers at places indicated below: Gumti Dam site at Tirthamukh, FLOOD FIGHTING MATERIAL TO BE ARRANGED BEFORE ENSUING 6. MONSON/05. Sl.No. Name of Offices Empty Bag Wire Crates. Sand. O/o the AE, W.R. SubDivision NoI, Udaipur. 0,000 Nos. 000 Cft. 00 Nos. 0 Cum. O/o the AE, W.R. SubDivision NoII, Udaipur. 0,000 Nos. 000 Cft. 8 Nos. 5 Cum 86 5 Brick Bats. 6

87 . O/o the AE, Gumti Barrage SubDivision, Udaipur.,000 Nos. 000 Cft. 8 Nos. 5 Cum. O/o the AE, W.R. SubDivision Amarpur. 0,000 Nos. 500 Cft. 0 Nos. 60 Cum 7. WORKING PROGRAMME OF TRANSMITTING FLOOD WARNING MESSAGE AMARPUR Sl. No. Gauge Station Name of river & embankmen t Amarpu r Gaug e level Flood stage 5 Gumati Amarpur Embankment 0.50 M Probable flood stage.00 M Critical level.50 M Danger level.00 M Extreme danger level Who will send message & his function To whom How to message to be send send & his message function a) Jr. Engineer By phone b) Asstt. if failing Gauge Reader Engineer by W.R. SD, messenge Amarpur r S.D.M. J.E./ AE to be present on By Udaipur and embankment till it wireless S.D.P.O. recede below.00 M Udaipur A..E./ E.E to be present EE/ SE. / CE By on embankment till it / S.D.M. /DM wireless recede below.50 M (GOMATI)/ EE/SE./CE/ Do S.E, to visit DM, Gomati/ By embankment if situation Principal wireless so demands. Secretary, PWD, Agt. For m of Mes sage 9 A A C C UDAIPUR Sl. No. Gauge Station Name of river & embankment Gauge level Flood stage Who will send message & his function 5 6 Udaipur Gumati Udaipur Embankment 0.0M Probabl e flood stage 87 Gauge Reader To whom message to be send & his function 7 a) Jr. Engineer b) Asstt. Engineer, How to send message 8 By phone if failing by Form of Mess age 9 A

88 M.00M.50M.00M Probabl e flood stage Critical Stage Danger level Extreme danger level J.E. to be present on embankment till it recede below 0.80 M J.E./AE to be present on embankment till it recede below.00 M A.E/E.E to be present on embankment till it recede below.50m Do S.E. to visit embankment if situation so demands. W.R. SD NoI/II,Udaipur. a) Asstt. Engineer WRSDI/II, Udaipur. b)e.e. WRDIII Udaipur S.D.M. Udaipur and S.D.P.O. Udaipur EE/ SE. / CE / S.D.M. /DM (GOMATI)/ EE/SE./CE/ DM, Gomati/ Principal Secretary, PWD, Agt,. messeng er By phone if failing by messeng er A By wireless C By wireless C By wireless C FLOOD FIGHTING SYSTEM Premonsoon arrangement: (a) All the embankments should be inspected by the Junior Engineer, Assistant Engineer and Executive Engineer during the month of March & April & necessary strengthening of the weak and vulnerable points and repairing as necessary should be completed by end of April. (b) Reasonable quantities of flood fighting equipments and materials based on past experience as stated below shall be kept ready at suitable points of all Embankments by end of April. i) Empty cement/gunny bag (ii) Barak bamboo (iii) Earth /Sand (iv) Spade (v) Basket. (vi) Petromax (vii) Haricans/Lantern (viii) Chopper (ix) Torch light (x) Coir rope (xi) Kerosine Oil (xii) Hammer. Monsoon arrangement. a) WorkAsstt., Helper & Other shall be posted on the embankment specifying reaches to be taken care by individual Staff. 88

89 b) Roster duty of attending embankments throughout the day shall be made for the entire flood season from st May to 5th October when numbers of persons permit so. c) Additional staff available within the PWD(WR) as an when necessary may be selected from PWD(DWS) & PWD(R&B) at the beginning of flood season and requisitioned to assist existing staff of Flood Management during the danger period and also for meeting any emergency. d) All the staff employed in maintenance of embankment or to be deployed during emergency shall be briefed by the concerned Assistant Engineer regarding nature of works to be done by all of them. e) The address of all incumbents should be collected and displayed in Notice Board in the Control Room so that they can be contacted immediately by the OfficerinCharge of Control Room at any point of time. f) All the Officers should be available on the embankment as per guideline given in the annexed statement of function of officers and start patrolling and attending to work/weak points with the help of his team. g) Control Rooms would be set up at various places as mentioned above with arrangement of maintaining it round the clock during the period of river remaining above danger level. h) Officerincharge of Control room shall inform all concerned as per guide line of flood warning rules the rise and fall of flood. 9. Function of different officials of Water Resource Organization for flood warning. a) Gauge Reader / Helper. The Gauge Reader would inform Junior Engineer & the Assistant EngineerinCharge of embankments personally or by messenger ever when the gauge crosses the specified i.e. flood stage level mentioned above. He should take reading / Record at every hour till the gauge drops below the critical flood stage level. The Gauge Readers/Helper shall record and send the gauge reading to respective Junior Engineer/ Assistant Engineer. Forward/transmission through police wireless, whenever the Gauge crosses the specified level as mentioned in the flood warning rules mentioned above. 89

90 a) Junior Engineer Junior Engineerincharge of embankment shall go to the embankment even when the gauge crosses the specified level and will start patrolling and attend vulnerable points and shall remain therein till the flood levels go down below flood stage level. b) Assistant Engineer. The Assistant Engineer shall inform the local SDM and highest Police Officer of the area by phone or by special messenger whenever the gauge crosses the critical level as per flood warning rules. He shall also send the information to DM /SE/ CE by mobile/wireless as required under the flood warning rules. After transmission of the flood message he shall go to the embankment and see the arrangement of patrolling / guarding the embankment as per guide lines of function given above. c) Executive Engineer. The Executive Engineer shall go to the embankment if he happens to be in that locality at that time and see the arrangement of patrolling /guarding. He shall also go to inspect the out station embankment if the flood remains at stage for a long time and/or the Assistant Engineer requests his presence due to real threat to the embankment. d) Superintending Engineer. The Superintending Engineer shall make arrangement of receiving all flood warning message and flood reports and will compile the report of the Circle. He shall keep the Chief Engineer, PWD (WR) and Secretary informed if any embankment or work is breached or seriously threatened. He will visit the embankment, if situation so demands. 0. Help from Civil Administration (DM/ SDM) on getting flood warning message. i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) To inform the people of impending flood after receipt of danger and extreme danger level signal. To maintain law and order on the working area and prevent any possible damage to the embankment by miscreants. To mobilize labours/ volunteers for strengthening embankment in the event of help solicited by Engineering Department. To requisition Braces. To open and run control room for receiving flood warning. To make arrangement for relief and rescue work and keep the Army alerted for above purposes. 90

91 vii). Any other duties concerning the function of flood relief coordinator of Revenue Department. Action plan for Disaster preparedness of flood. Help from Police Department (S.P. / SDPO) i. ii. iii. iv. To give high priority in transmitting Flood warning message through Police wireless. To keep the crowd away from the flood embankment and other working areas. To keep a watch for preventing sabotage and mischief to embankment by antisocials. To give security to personal engaged in flood fighting etc. in case of necessity.. Problem: The availability of fund in this sector is insignificant in comparison to the extent of problem. As such most of the targeted Hard Engineering options i,e. structural works could not be taken up due to paucity of fund. GOVERNMENT OF TRIPURA PUBLIC WORKS DEPARMENT (WATER RESOURCE) 9

92 DISTRICT EDUCATION OFFICE, GOMATI, UDAIPUR. (067) For rescue operation, a School level team has been formed with all the teachers, students and members of The following Officials/staffs of Education Department have already been selected to act as Nodal and Associate Officers for Gomati District, Tripura. Telephone No. SL Name of Official/staffs Act as Office Residence/Mob No. ile 5 Sri Lakshman Ch. Das. Dy Director of Education, Dist. District level Nodal officer Edn. Office,Udaipur. Sri Panchapada Associate to Dist. level Tripura,OSD, Dist. Edn Nodal officer Office,Udaipur. Sri Haradhan Ch. Saha, HM,Udaipur Eng. Med. HS do School Sri. Promod Debbarma, OS,District Education do Office. Sri Dipak Sen, L.D.C 5 do98650 District Edn. office Sri Tapan Bhattacharjee, 6 A/T Secretary, SubDiv. do986 N.S.S. Committee. Sri Somnath Chakraborty, SubDivision level Nodal I/S, Udaipur officer, Udaipur. Sri Kumud Bandhu Das, SubDivision level Nodal HM Amarpur H/S School officer, Amarpur. Sri Kartik Debbarma, SubDivision level Nodal 9 HM, Panjihum HS officer,. School 9

93 A District level assessment team for assessing loss of property has been formed with the following members of District Education Office for Gomati District, Tripura. SL.No. Name Designation J.E., SSA Md. Faruk Ahammed, A.O. Sri Bijan Sangma Sri Swapan Shil Sri Apurba Datta Dy. I/S, Udaipur GroupD Telephone No. Office Residence List of Schools having N.S.S/N.C.C unit in the District is given below:gomati District Sl.No Name of Schools Contact No. of the H/M Hariyananda Girls H/S 0855 / 9698 Udaipur Girls H/S 086 / Chandrapur H/S / Gakulpur Col.H/S 9697 (M) 5 Gamaria H/S (M) 6 Gangachara H/S (M) 7 Garzibazar H/S (M) 8 Jamjuri H/S (M) 9 K.B institutions 086 (O) /96706 (M) 0 Kakraban H/S (M) Khilpara H/S 089 / Mirza H/S 9868 (M) Pitra H/S 96706(M) Ramesh H/S 08 5 Shalgara H/S (M) 6 South Bagma Samatal Para 98665(M) H/S 7 Tripura Sundari H/S 087(O)/ (M) 8 Tulamura H/S (M) 9 Amarpur Girls H/S 0860 (O)/ (M) 0 Amarpur Boys H/S 086 (O)/9670 (M) Ampi Nagar H/S (M) DAT H/S (M) Ek Zatan Kr. H/S 96759(M) 9

94 Natun Bazar H/S Rangamati H/S Taidubari H/S Punjihum HS Silachari HS Udaipur Eng. Med. HS School 96608(M) 80095(M) (M) (M) 98668(M) (M) N.S.S/N.C.C unit in each of the Schools under the jurisdiction of Gomati District Education Office. The students of higher classes i.e. IX to XII will be included in those teams. The teachers and the program Officers of NCC/NSS will also be included to give proper guidance to the students. Instructions for preparing plan in connection with predisaster, during disaster and post disaster rescue operation will be issued immediately in which the school authority will be asked to follow the guidelines mentioned below at different stages. Predisaster The following Officers of Education Department have already been selected to act as Nodal and Associate Officers for Gomati. Telephone No. SL Name of Official/staffs Act as No. Office Residence/Mobile 5 Sri Panchapada Tripura,OSD District level Dist. Edn. Office. Gomati Nodal officer Sri Khokan Ch. Das, Joint Associate to Dist Dist. Program Coordinator, level Nodal officer RMSA. Sri Haradhan Ch. Saha, HM, do Udaipur Girls HS School Sri. Pramod Debbarma, OS, do District Education Office. Sri Dipak Sen, L.D.C 5 do District Edn. office Sri Tapan Bhattacharjee, 6 A/T Secretary, SubDiv. do986 N.S.S. Committee. Sri Somnath Chakraborty, SubDivision level 7 I/S, Udaipur Nodal officer, Udaipur. Sri Parimal Ch.Das, I/S, SubDivision level 8 Amarpur Nodal officer, Amarpur. Sri Kartik Debbarma, SubDivision level 9 AHM, Panjihum HS Nodal officer, School. Sri Balaram Tripura I/S, 0 I/S of Ampinagar Ampinagar 9

95 A District level assessment team for assessing on the event of loss of property has been formed with the following members of District Education Office for Gomati District, Tripura. SL.No. Name Designation Telephone No. Office Residence 5 Civil Work Program 9658 Sri Ganesh Ch. Chakraborty, 085 Coordinator, RMSA 6 A.O Sri Bijan Sangma 0 Dy. I/S, Udp Sri Swapan Shil. Sri Apurba Lal Datta GroupD

96 Shelter Houses & Financial arrangement for relief. Relief shelters and Rehabilitation camps shall be set up in order to accommodate people affected by a disaster. The camps shall be temporary in nature, with basic necessities. People in the camp shall be encouraged to return to their respective accommodation once the normalcy is returned. SubDivision Admn. shall take necessary steps to preidentify locations/ building like local schools, Anganwadi Centers, Community halls etc which can be used as relief shelters wherenpeople can be accommodated in case of disaster in the area. It shall be ensure that adequate food is provided to all men, women, children and infants in the camps. SDMs and BDOs are responsible to provide dry food items like chira, Gur, Biscuits,Milk and diary products and cooked food like khichudi, Rich and sabji etc. Appropriabe steps shall be taken to ensure hygiene at community and camp kitchens. Gratutions relief for families whose livelihood is seriously affected:rs.60/per adult and Rs.5 per child not housed in relief camps. Govt. of certify that identified beneficiaries are not housed in relief camps. Shelter Houses Gomati District. Sl No Name of the Block Name of the GP.Rajnagar.Rajnagar.Pitra.Photamati Maharani 7 6.Uttar Maharani 8 Matabari 7.Gamaria Required intervention Agency responsible Rajnagar High School Rajnagar Panchayat office Pitra H/S School Dewanbari S.B School South Brajendranagar J.B Laxmipati S.B School Laxmipati Gaun Panchayat office No. Chaigharia S.B School 9 Gamaria H/S School 0 Maharani Market Shet 8.Laxmipati 9.Kunjaban 0.Fulkumari 5.Chandrapur Vill. 6.Uttar Chandrapur Maharani A.W.C East Photamati High School.Matabari A.E Centre Chandrapur H/S School Chandrapur Col.H/S School Matabari HS School 96 Amal Chakraborty,GT Swapan Saha Bhowmik,GT Rajnagar Pran Gobinda Sarkar. PGT Tripur Kr. Jamatia. GT Nayan lal Jamatia,UGT, Pabitraram bari SB Nantu lal Karmakar,GT Office Telephone No. Residence phone No Haripada Das,GT, Laxmipati S.B Bimal Ch. Sharma,GT Sri Pradip Goswami,AT, Hirapur High Sri Sanjoy Mallik,GT,P/U, Hirapur High Sri. Sanjoy Mallik,A/T Sahalam,A/T, Laxmipati SB Praloy Dey,H/M Ghatalong J.B Md.Mahamad Ullah,P/I Md. Malek Mia,AT Praloy Dey,H/M Ghatalong J.B 98660

97 7 8.Gangachara.Dashimmurapara Murapara Sl No 6.Bagabasa Name of the Block Name of the GP Murapara High School Murapara S.E Centre Tripura Sundari H/S School Gangachara H/S School Shatri Col.S.B School Paschim Para A.C Required intervention Agency responsible 7.Salghara Tepania A.E Centre 8.Sataria Salghara H/S School 5 9.Bagabasa Matabari Barabhaiya 8 9 Sl No.Khilpara Name of the Block Name of the GP.Kamalasagar S.E Centre.Bagabasa SHG Facilation Centre. Barabhaiya ICDS Centre. Vidhya Sagar,Vidhya Mandir.Khilpara H/S School Required intervention Flood shelter:kushamara SB School.Kushamara.Kakraban Kakraban DIET..Dhuchikhola Duchikhola S.B.Kakraban Kakraban HS School 5 5.Hurijala Chaindamura SB School Purba Palatana Palatana 8.Mirza 9.Tulamura Office Telephone No. Bidesh Das,A/T, (P/U) Dhuchikhala S.B Sri Pulin Biswas.AHM, Kakraban HS Sri Haripada Das,A/T Sri Laxmman Ch.Dey,A/T Kakraban Girls High Residence phone No / Office Telephone No. Residence phone No. _ Sri Dulal Das,G/T Surasundari S.E Centre including selter house Purba Palatana Panchayet office Ananda Social Edn.Centre Sri Indra Mohon Das,AT. Duchikhola SB Md.Abdul Kalek,A/T PU Jamjuri HS Sri Indra mohon Deb,UGT Duchikhala J.B Sri Dlip Kr.Deb,A/T Palatana HS School Lulunga S.B School Sri Pradip Kr.Deb,G/T Palatana HS School Sri Jiban Deb Roy,P/I Sri Sujay Chakrabrty,A/T Kushamara Sri Biplab Dey, UGT. Sri Prabir Chakraborty,A/T(P.U) Hurijala JB School Kakra ban Sri Ratan Das,,HM. PU Udaipur Eng. Med. HS Sri Prabir Karmakar,A/T (P.U) Salghara H/S.Sri Dulal.Chakraborty, A/T Bagabasa.Sri Makhan Ghosh,A/T Barabhaiya High.Sri Parimal Majumder, UGT, Barabhaiya High(P.U).Sri Parimal Majumder, UGT Barabhaiya High(P.U).Madhab Ch. Saha,G/T Agency responsible. 6 Nepal Ch. Das,A/T Sri Krishna Das, A/T Sri. Uttam Das,PGT Tripurasundari HS Bijoy kr. Sarkar, GT Sri Khokan Ch. Das,G.T( P.U) Murapara Sri Kalipada Paul,GT Lulunga SE Centre Mirza H.S School Tulamura HS School /

98 No Karaiyamura SB School 5 6.Hadra Hadra S.B 7.Hadra Hadra Weaving Centre 8.Amtali Amtali Selter house Sl No Name of the Block Name of the GP Required intervention 9.Amtali 0 5. Garjanmura Garjunmura H/S School 6.Uttar Shilghati 7. Kishoregonj Shilghati High School Kishoreganj S.B School.Rajdhanagar S.E Centre.Rajdhanagar S.B School.Jamjuri H.S School 5. Nanoa Dighir par J.B School Kakra ban 8.Jamjuri 5 9.Murapara 6 7 Sl No Name of the Block Udaipur M. C. Name of the GP.Udaipur M.C.Area. 5 Sl No Name of the Block Name of the GP.Birbal Das Para.Habi Choudhury Char.Town Rangkang.Birganj Bampur Samatal Para 7 6.Rangamati 8 9 Amtali ICDS Centre 6.Sitalabari AWC Sri Girendra Mohan Jamatia, HM (P/U) Bishnu Ch. Rudrapal UGT Hadra SB Joybir Jamatia,Debtamura (PU) Rabindra Bhowmik,UGT Amtali bandowar J.B Amarpur Agency responsible Sri Pradip Kr. Saha,A/T Sri Dipak Nag,GT,KBI Sri Narayan Ch.Dey,A/T Kamaria Khala SB School Office Telephone No. Sri Mantu Ch.Das,G/T Sri Narayan Ch. Das,H/M Sri Pintu Kr. Das,G/T Sarbong bari High Sri. Chitta Rn. Pal,TIC, Chailakhala JB Sri.Bikash Ch. Das,North Rangamati JB School. Krishna Sadhan Jamatia,KBT, Mandaibari SB Alok Saha,H/M(Pry),Kamariakhala SB Residence phone No Sri Paritosh Saha,A/T,Amarpur Girls Sri Anupam Das Das,G/T 8.Kamaria Khala Sri.Keshab Roy, Tripurasundari H.S(pry) Amarpur HS School Tingaria J.B School Agency responsible Residence phone No Pintu Saha, A/T, Girls Required intervention 7.Kamlai Office Telephone No. Dulal Majumder,HM, Radhanagar SB. Gobinda Saha, PGT Sri Biswajit Neogi,G/T S.Bagma S.P.H.S School Swapan Ch. Debnath, CT Sitlabari SB Rajarbag S.B School Taran Para A.W.Centre Old Sonamura Panchayat office Udaipur Girls H/S School Hariananda Girls H/S school Bampur T.K Sajal Chakraborty,AT Agency responsible Bampur Lamps Md.Abdul Kalam Azad,G/TAmtali High Sri Mohit Lal Jamatia,HM Garjunmura High Dilip Lod,A/T Tutamura High Bande Ali, AT Required intervention Amarpur Girls HS School Sankarpalli S.B School Bankarai Para S.B School Birendra Market Shet Office Telephone No Residence phone No

99 Sl No Name of the Block Name of the GP 0 9.Paschim Sarbong 0.Dalak.West Malbasa.Mailak Ompi Nagar Bidhu Bhusan D/Nath,AT,,(P/U) Hakuchuk SB Biswa Bijay Jamatia,Tdr Malbasa T.K Arun Mallik, Malbasa High Sri Samir Baran Shil,GT. Sri Dipan Pal G/T,Mailak SB Dalak SB School Malbasa High School Mailak S.B School Mailak Panchayat office.karaichara SDO,Electrical,Gumti Jatanbari Residence phone No Sri Santosh Pal,G/T Sri Kartik Debarma,,H/M, Pujiham H.S School Ompinagar Ompinagar Hs School Sri. Bandhan lal Saha, G/T Dhanakhela Krishna Ch High School Sri. Surjya Das, H/M 9059.South Tuidu Tuidu H/S School Baiswamanipara High School Md.Mafijul Islam,A/T Bhanjan Rudra Paul,A/T, Kamala Sundari Smriti, SB. Dhruba Kalai Sing, KBT, Baiswamanipara High Amarpur H.S School Sri Ranjit Datta,PGT 9670.Uttar Chellagang Ompinagar Godown.Baiswamani 5 Amarpur N.P. Tdr Natunbazar Sri. Ratneswar Sutradhar,H/M,Ramananda Das Bashnab Para SB Office Telephone No. Uttar Chellagang JB School Flood Selter:. Pujiham H.S School with 6 rooms RD Block office with 0 rooms. Hakuchak SB School Simbhuua Bazar Shed 6 Agency responsible.ekchari Required intervention.amarpurnagar Panchayat 99 BDO, RD Block

100 MEDICAL AND FIRST AID TEAM :Hospital Disaster Management Plans :Disaster Management Plans need to be prepared by all hospitals. Medical facilities, training of medical personnel, creating awareness about drowning and its management will be a part of the plan. Hospitals must nominate an officer for coordinating management for flood casualties. Contingency plans will be made ready for providing additional beds. Oxygen cylinders, continuous positive air pressure (CPAP) ventilators, dressing materials, blood and IV fluid for transfusion will be stocked. The hospital casualty room is to be equipped with resuscitation equipment like suction apparatus, airways laryngoscope, pulse oxymeter, defibrillator and life saving drugs. In the aftermath of a flood, public health response is one of the prime responsibilities of medical authorities. They will ensure safe water supply and clean food availability along with maintenance of hygiene and sanitation by proper biowaste disposal. Water testing and food inspection is required to be carried out regularly to prevent outbreak of any epidemic. An effective communication system is an essential requirement for prompt medical response. Creation of Trained Medical First Responders The state government/sdma/ddmas will ensure the creation of trained medical first responders for first aid and resuscitation measures for drowning cases. Medical staff must know how to take out water from the respiratory tract and how to carry out cardiopulmonary resuscitation. A list of trained medical and paramedical staff must also be made available. Medical Stores Medical kits will be prepared for the management of flood casualties. Intravenous (IV) fluid, ventilators, oxygen, dressing materials, tetanus toxoid, antibiotics, vaccines, antisnake venom and antidiarrhoea drugs will be the most commonly needed medical resources. Largescale medical stores from where these materials can be procured will be identified. Patient Evacuation Plan State governments/sdmos will make available emergency medical equipment and drugs for esuscitation. Paramedical staff must be trained for resuscitation, triage and to maintain vital arameters like pulse, blood pressure, respiration and intravenous drip during evacuation. Mobile ambulances in 00

101 the Block and Heliambulance in State or Distt need to be deployed to aid in the evacuation of flood casualties collected at high points. The ambulances should have Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for treatment. Contact details of major Hospital/Health Deptt. Under Gomati District(067). CMO,, Gomati Dist. Udaipur. 08. DFWO,Sri Niro Mohan Jamatia Medical Officer under Amarpur SubDivisiona Medical officer (Hospital) Sl.No. Name of Empolyees Designation Phone number Dr.Subhendu Debbarna SDMO 965 Dr Prasabjit Sarkar MO Mr.Manash Debnath Staff Nurse Mr. Nimai dey Pharmacist Mr.Sundhan Das MPS Mr.Sanjit banik Driver Mr Arun Ch. Das. G D Medical Officer under Nutanbazar rural hospital Sl.No. Name of Empolyees Designation Phone number Dr. Keshab Das Mo Mr.Subal Das MPS Mrs Kanika Das Staff Nurse Mr.Mitan Sukla Das Pharmacist Mr. Sanjoy Majumder GDA Mr.Birkrur Chgakma N/G Cum Driver SubDivisional Hospital SL. Name of Name of Hospital.No. District & Sub M.O.I.C. of the Hospital Division... Gomadi Contact Number of the Gomati District Hospital,Udaipur Tripura Sundari 0

102 Hospital. Maharani PHC.. Kakraban PHC Udaipur.. Killa PHC 5. Athorobhola PHC 6. Garjee PHC. 7. Tulamura NNPHC 8. Amarpur SD Hospital, Amarpur 9. Ompi Rural Hospital. Nutan Bazar Rural Hospital 0. PHC. Tirthamukh Silachari. Chellagang. Name of the Nodal Officer with contract Telephone No:CMO(G), 08. Available of Human Resources in the Health Facilities. category Doctors Specialist Nurses Paramedics Asha Govt Availability of Diagnostic Facilities. Category lab XRay CT Scan MRI Govt Stageof ambulance in the District Govt. Location wise Private / NGO location wise 9 Nos. Nos 0 Anganwadi workers 85

103 ROLE of ARD DEPARTMENT IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT (056) Control Rooms:Dist HQ: 087 Amarpur : A) Department institutions:_ Sl.No. Block VH CD SMSC D/Lab Total Matabari 0 9 Kakraban Killa Amarpur Ompi Total Available lands for Mega Treatment camps:v.hospital,udaipur V.H, Amarpur V.Dispensary,Ompi V.D Nutanbazar V.D V.D Bagma V.D Kakraban V.D Tulamura V.D Jamjuri Quick response team of ARDD under Gomati District. Sl.No. Name of officer/staff Dr. Sajal Das (Team Leader) Dr. Sanjay Dey Dr. Biswabharati Debbarma Sri Paresh Debnath Designation AD, ARD, DVH, Udaipur Vo.VD,Kakraban Vo.VD Bagma Sr. ARDA 0 Contact No

104 5 6 7 Sri Sukanta Nandi Sri Sanjit Das, Sri Suman Debnath Amarpur SubDivision. Sl.No. Name of officer/staff Dr. Tapash Kanti Ghosh(Team leader) Dr.Dipayan Dewan Sri Biswambar Das Sri Dhaynaya Jamatia 5 Sri Matisen Chakma 6 Sri Pravat Roy Jamatia ARDA ARDA Gr. D Designation AD,ARDD(BL) Vo.VD, NIB Sr ARDA, Amarpur ARDA Ompi ARDA, ARDA, VD Killa Contact No NGO s Participation :Some of the volunteers of NGO s of Gomatgi District, based on Udaipur SubDivision are playing commendable role to develop awareness among the villagers/ school students about Disaster Management. The Red cross society, the Sweeming Academi of Udaipur, are taking important role to spead awareness of Disaster Management in Gomati District.Tere is shown a picture of Red Cross Society,Udaipur which organized an awareness programme in Udaipur. 0

105 List of Helipad (with location in longitude and latitude) in Gomati District Sl.No SubDivision./Block. Matabari R.D. Block. Assam Rifles, Dhajanaar Killa R.D. Block. Kakraban R.D. Block. Amarpur R.D. Block & SubDivisional H.Q. Ompi R.D Block R.D. Block. Udaipur SubDivision Longitude Latitude. Location of Helipad. Salgara H.S.School field. Assam Rifles Complex, Dhajanagar Near Nayabari ADC Village office. Kali Kishore H.S. School field. 9 ' East ' North ' 8 East 9 8' 8 North 9 ' East 6' North 9 ' East ' North Amarpur R.D.Block H.Q. 9.89' East 8.5' North Near Ompi R.D Block East 0.5 North Near ARDD office. 9.0' East 0.5' North Palatana(OTPC) East North

106 Fire service 067.UDAIPUR FIRE STATION CONTACT NO A. Fire Appliances :. Water Tender = Nos.. Foam Tender = (one) No.. Mini Mist Water Tender = (one) No.. Foam Comb DCP Fire Tender = No. 5. Bolero = (one) No. 6. Bike = (one) No. 7. Portable Pump = 7 Nos. 8. Delivery hose = 8 (thirty eight) Nos. 9. CO Extinguisher = (four) Nos. B. Fire fighting Equipment:. Extension ladder. Electric Torch. Lock Cutter. Stretcher 5. Rescue Line 6. Suction hose. 7. Life Jacket 8. Long Branch 9. Section Key 0. Life bony. Hand Control branch. Foam Making Branch. Dividing Branch.Crowbar 5. Hand Gloves 6. Shovel 7. Building Cutter 8. Pick & Rope. (Contd. Page No. ) Name of the trained Disaster Management Course: Md. Shri Shri Shri Shri Shri Md. Golap Hossian, Fireman Suman Ghosh, Suman Dey, Badal Debnath, Bikash Dey, Ajendra Reang, Manir Uddin Sarkar,. AMARPUR FIRE STATION CONTACT NO A. Fire Appliances:. Water Tender = (two) Nos.. Bike = 0(one) No.. Bolero = (one) No.. Delivery hose = (eleven) Nos. 5. Portable Pump = (three) Nos. 6. CO Extinguisher. B. Fire Fighting Equipment:. Extension ladder 6.Shovel. Section Key. Stretcher 7. Electric Torch.Crowbar. Life Jacket 8. Rescue Line. Hand Gloves. Life bony 9. Lock Cutter. Pick & Rope 5...All kinds of Branch. 0. Axe Name of the trained Disaster Management Course:. Shri Mohan Singh Jamatia, S.S.O.. Devid Jamatia, F/M.. Sudip Dey,. Abhijit Das, 06

107 . JATANBARI FIRE STATION A. Fire Appliances :. Water Tender = (two) Nos.. Portable Pump = (four) Nos. 5. CO Extinguisher. CONTACT NO Bolero = (one) No.. Delivery hose = (twelve) Nos. B. Rescue Equipment :.Extension ladder 6.Shovel. Section Key. Stretcher 7. Electric Torch.Crowbar.Life Jacket 8. Rescue Line. Hand Gloves.Life bony 9. Lock Cutter. Pick & Rope 5..All kinds of Branch. 0. Axe Name of the trained Disaster Management Course:. Shri Picklu Dey, Fireman.. Md. Liman Khadim, F/M. ( Contd. Page No.) ( Page No.). KAKRABAN FIRE STATION A. Fire Appliances :. Water Tender = (two) Nos.. Portable Pump = (four) Nos. 5. CO Extinguisher. CONTACT NO. 08. Bolero = (one) No.. Delivery hose = (twelve) Nos. B. Rescue Equipment :.Extension ladder 6.Shovel. Section Key.Stretcher 7. Electric Torch.Crowbar.Life Jacket 8. Rescue Line. Hand Gloves.Life bony 9. Lock Cutter. Pick & Rope 5..All kinds of Branch. 0. Axe Name of the trained Disaster Management Course:. Shri Nitai Shil, Fireman.. 07

108 5) Resources available with Power (TSECL) Deptt. Disaster Management Plan Introduction: To describe Disaster Management Plan it is very much relevant to mention here that (Three) wings of TSECL have been working in Gomati District simultaneously and separately to provide better service to the consumers. Name of these (Three) wings may be mentioned as below:. : Generation Wings. : Transmission Wings. : Distribution Wing (Up to KV).. Office address and telephone numbers of the Additional General Manager (AGM) level officers of these (Three) wings are given below: SL Name Designation Address &phone number Er. P.Deb Choudhury Additional General Manage Banamalipur, Agartala (Generation Wing) 086, Er. R. Debbarma Additional General Manager 79 Tilla, Agartala (Transmission Wing) ,96688 Er. Meghnad Saha Additional General Manager Banduar, Udaipur (Distribution Wing up to KV) 080,9660.: Additional General Manager, Gomati Electrical Circle, Udaipur of Distribution Wing has been looking after the overall distribution of power supply to consumer s end and day to day routine maintenance works relevant up to KV level lines under TSECL in Gomati District..5: Additional General Manager of Generation Wing is responsible only for Power generation in Hydrel Project at Gomoti situated in Amarpur SubDivision (Adm.)under Gomati District. There is a Control Room at Tirthamukh (Gomati) Hydrel Project for Hours service. Details of officers available in Generation Wing of Gomati District are given below: SL 5 Name Er. Nirmal Debbarma, DGM Er.Sibaprasad Chakraborty Er. Biswanath Reang Er. Liton Majumder Er Stephen Jamatia Designation Coordinator Sr. Manager(Mechanical) Sr. Manager(Electrical) Sr Manager (Civil) Manager Elec 08 Address & phone number ,

109 .6: Additional General Manager of Transmission Wing is responsible for transmission of power through 66 KV line and above. He is also responsible for day to day maintenance of 66 KV and KV line in Gomati District. Accordingly the situation during any Disaster will be met by Transmission wing. Name, addresses and phone of officers under Transmission Wing in Gomati District are given below: SL Name Designation Address & phone number Er. Subir Debbarma Deputy General Manager Udaipur, KV SubStation 08509,96680 Er Partha Chakraborty Sr Manager 08509, Er. Debasish Debnath Sr. Manager 08509, Er. Ratan Das Manager Amarpur, 66KV SubStation ,.7 : There are 6(Six) numbers Control room throughout the Gomati District under Transmission Wing which serves for Hours. These Control room will help immensely during Disaster for better communication in allover Gomati District. Location of Control room along with phone number is given below: SL Location of Control room Phone number KV SubStation, Banduar,Udaipur KV SubStation,Gobinda Tilla, Amarpur Details activity of Distribution Wing during Disaster: This wing of TSECL has been looking after the overall distribution of power up to KV level in Gomati District along with day to day maintenance. Suitable nos. of maintenance persons including Engineers of different level will be involved during Disaster to meet the situation properly along with suitable available equipments. (Three) types of Committee have been formed to perform remedy/rescue operation during any types of Disaster in Gomati District as below:.: District Level Monitoring Committee.: Division Level Monitoring Committee.: SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee. : District Level Monitoring Committee : This Committee has been formed consisting of 07(Seven) Engineers under Gomati District. Additional General Manager(Erstwhile Superintending Engineer) of Distribution Wing posted in Gomati District will act as a Nodal Officer by virtue of Designation and all Deputy General Manager(Erstwhile Executive Engineer), concerned Sr. Manager(Erstwhile Assistant Engineer) and Manager(Erstwhile Junior Engineer) as of District Level Monitoring Committee. Details of this committee are given below along with phone numbers: 09

110 District Level Monitoring Committee SL Name& Original Designation Designation Er. Meghnad Saha AGM EC(G) Nodal Officer Er. Ananda Sarkar DGM(Elect) Er Sakti Debbarma,DGM(Elect) Er Dulal Sutradhar DGM(Elect) Er. D. Lodh, Sr.Manager(Mech) Er. S.Bhoumik,Sr.Manager (Elect) Er.Subrata Datta, Sr.Manager(Civil) Phone Number 080, , , , , , Division Level Monitoring Committee has been formed in Udaipur, Amarpur, and SubDivision( administrative). Each Committee will look after the overall remedy works during Disaster to maintain steady power supply in their respective SubDivisional (Adm) jurisdiction. Name of Divisional Committee and their jurisdiction are given below : SL Name of Divisional Committee Udaipur Division Amarpur Division Gomati Division, Jatanbari Administrative Jurisdiction Udaipur SubDivisional(Adm.) area Amarpur SubDivisional(Adm.) area Jatanbari/ Silacherri(Adj) area.5. Udaipur Divisional Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Er. Ananda Sarkar DGM. Coordinator Er. K. Chakraborty, Sr.Manager. Er. R Debnath, Sr. Manager Er. Suklal Debnath. Sr. Manager Er S. R.Sukla Das, Sr. Manager Er. S. Majumdar, Sr. Manager Er. D. S. Jamatia, Sr. Manager Er. A.Saha, Sr. Manager Er. Babul Das,Manager(Elect) 0 Phone Number 087, , , / , , , , ,967690

111 .5. Amarpur Divisional Monitoring Committee SL 5 6 Name of Officials Er. Shakti Debbarma, DGM Er. Nirmal Debbarma, DGM Er. M. Mandal, Sr.Manager Er. D. Sarkar, Sr.Manager Er. Pankaj Debbarma, Sr.Manager Er. U. Debbarma, Sr. Manager Designation Coordinator Coordinator Coordinator Phone Number 08608, , , , : SubDivision level Monitoring Committee: There are 0(Ten) Nos. Electrical SubDivision which have been working very efficiently along with suitable equipment and manpower ( Sr. Manager, Manager, Line man, Jr. Helper, Sr. Helper, Oilman, Operator, Fitter, Electrician, Power House Mistri etc.) In field level to maintain steady power supply throughout whole Gomati District. There are many Section Office and Call Office where any person or any consumer may place their complain directly and these are the under direct control of Electrical SubDivision. Eligible ManPower has been posted in each Call Office and Section Office to attend the calls. After getting information of any interruption of power supply in any area the concerned Manpower of that area will be moved immediately for immediate restoration/ remedy in case of any type of Disaster also. There are 0(Ten) Sr. Manager posted in every Electrical SubDivision who is discharging their allotted assignment with very sincerely for the development of Gomati District. By virtue of Designation, Sr. Manager(Erstwhile Assistant Engineer) of every Electrical SubDivision will act as Cocoordinator of SubDivision level Monitoring Committee whereas the Manager(Erstwhile Junior Engineer) as..6. Udaipur SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Er K. Chakraborty, Sr.Manager Er.Sudip Das Manager Er.Joytanu Biswas,Manager E. Miss Resmi Saha,Manager Designation Phone Number 0859, , ,986505

112 Name of Call centers and Section office under Udaipur Electrical SubDivision are given Below where any person may place his complain : SL Location of Call centre Phone Number Udaipur, Old Motor stand 0859 Rajarbag Section office, Motor stand NIL Jamjuri, near Tripura Gramin bank NIL.6. Matabari SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Phone Number Er. R Debnath, Sr. Manager ,96597 Er. N. Choudhury, Manager ,96750 Er.Miss,Pumpi Das Manager , Name of Call centers and Section office under Matabari Electrical SubDivision are given Below where any person may place his complain: SL Location of Call Cenres Phone Number(If any ) Matabari, near Matabari block Chandrapur bazar NIL Garjee bazar NIL.6. Dhajanagar SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Phone Number Er. S. R.Sukla Das, Sr. Manager ,96769 Er. N. Biswas, Manager , Er. Amal Naha, Manager , Name of Call centers and Section office under Dhajanagar Electrical SubDivision are given below where any person may place his complain: SL Location of Call Cenres Phone Number(If any ) Dhajanagar Pitra NIL Shalgarha NIL Bagma NIL 5 Hadra NIL.6. Kakraban SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Phone Number Er. Sukhlal.D/Nath. Sr. Manager 0865/986 Er. Nihar Das Roy, Manager 0865, Er. Sanjeet Kr Pandit,Manager 0865,977006

113 Name of Call centers and Section office under Kakraban Electrical SubDivision are given Below where any person may place his complain : SL Location of Call Cenres Phone Number(If any ) Kakraban, near K.H.S.School 0865 Mirza NIL Tulamura NIL Gangachhara NIL 5 Palatana NIL.6.5 Maharani SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Er.Sankar Majumder, Sr.Manager Er prasanta Sarkar, Manager Er Nripesananda Das, Manager Designation Coordinator Phone Number 08668, There is no Call centers and Section office under Maharani Electrical SubDivision.6. Killa SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Phone Number Er. D. S. Jamatia, Sr.Manager Coordinator 0878, Er James Jamatia, Manager 0878, Er. Bipul Debbarma 0878, There is no Call centers and Section office under Killa Cell Electrical SubDivision.6.7 Amarpur SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Phone Number Er. Mintu Mandol, Sr.Manager Coordinator 0865,9677 Er. Asim Das, Manager 0865, Er. Monoj Dangshu, Manager 0865,85998 Name of Call centers and Section office under Amarpur Electrical SubDivision are given Below where any person may place his complain: SL Location of Call Cenres Phone Number(If any ) Amarpur 0865 Rangamati NIL Dalak NIL Sarbong NIL 5 Mailak NIL.6.8 Ompi SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Phone Number Er. Pankaj Chakma,Sr.Manager Coordinator 0856,9675

114 Er. Sachindra D/Barma, Manager 0856, Er. Baithung D/Barma,Manager 0856, Name of Call centers and Section office under Ompi Electrical SubDivision are given Below where any person may place his complain: SL Location of Call Cenres Phone Number(If any ) Ompi 0856 Taidu NIL Tingaria NIL.6.9 Jatanbari, Electrical SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Phone Number Er. D Sarkar, Sr.Manager Coordinator 0868,967 Er Biswanath ReangSr Manager Coordinator Er. S Chakraborty, Manager 0868 Er.Barendra. D/Barma, Manager Manager 0868, Name of Call centers and Section office under Jatanbari Electrical SubDivision are given below where any person may place his complain: SL Location of Call Cenres Phone Number(If any ) Jatanbari 0868 Natunbazar NIL Challagang NIL NIL.6.9 SubDivision Level Monitoring Committee SL Name of Officials Designation Phone Number Er. U debbarma, Sr.Manager Coordinator 0868, Er Apu Derbbarma, Manager 0868, Er. Kindhan Chakma, Manager 0868, Control room under Distribution and Maintenance wing of TSECL : There are(four) numbers Control room under Distribution and Maintenance Wing (Up to KV level) under Gomati District. These Control room remains open during hours to provide better service to the consumer of Gomati District under the Control of Additional General Manager, Gomati Circle. Udaipur. During any kinds of Disaster, these Control room will also help very effectively for Transmission of message from one place to another place easily. Location and phone numbers of this control Room is given below: SL Location Phone number Korbook, KV SubStation 0868 Silachari, KV SubStation 08776

115 Rani(Kakraban)KV SubStation Killa,KV SubStation Backup power in case of failure of main Power Supply : There are (Two) source of main supply i.e. KV level and 66 KV level throughout the Gomati District, though it is under the control of Transmission Wing. In case of failure of one source, we can Transmit and Distribute main supply with the help of other source. But in case of failure of both the source, it will not be possible to provide power supply to any consumer at all. There is no provision to distribute electricity with the help of Generator or any UPS and there is no proposal to procure Generator Set by TSECL for this purpose. In this connection it is suggested that every department including the District Administration may arrange portable Generator individually to meet up such type of crisis if occurs. Moreover, it may be relevant to mention here that there is dual feeding provision of main power to H.Q. of District Administration, Hospital, Circuit House, Police Station. 5

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